Grow op taken down by RCMP

A Lake Country couple are facing recommended charges of production of a controlled substance and theft of hydro electricity

 

A Lake Country couple are facing recommended charges of production of a controlled substance and theft of hydro electricity after a large marijuana growing operation was taken down on November 5th.

As a result of investigation, Lake Country RCMP officers executed the search warrant on the residence, in the 9700 block of Santina Rd in the afternoon of November 5th. Police arrested a 34 year old male and female at the residence after locating almost 1200 Marijuana plants in the sophisticated two room basement operation. An illegal hydro electrical bypass was also discovered inside the residence.

The two suspects were later released on a promise to appear in court at a later date to face the drug and hydro theft charges.

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