Five People Arrested For Cultivating Cannabis Plants In Granada

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FIVE people have been arrested accused of cultivating cannabis plants in three houses in Granada

The Guardia Civil have arrested five people between the ages of nineteen and forty-two for growing a large quantity of narcotics and fraudulently using electricity in three houses in Chauchina, Granada. The investigation has been going on since October, and culminated with a search of three homes by Santa Fe Guardia Civil on December 1.

Between the three properties, officials found sophisticated cannabis-growing equipment, along with fully mature plants and a large quantity of cash. All the houses also had an illegal double connection to the electricity grid. Three women and two men are being investigated for the crimes.


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