Eight arrested after £3.3m cannabis find

By G_nome · Jul 27, 2009 · Updated Jul 27, 2009 · ·
  1. G_nome
    The men, aged between 29 and 53, were arrested in Paisley

    Eight people have been arrested after police recovered one tonne of cannabis resin worth £3.3million. The Scottish Crime and Drug Enforcement Agency (SCDEA) are holding the men, aged between 29 and 53, on serious drug offences after the find in Paisley.
    SCDEA officers, assisted by Strathclyde Police, recovered the drug from ‘commercial premises’.
    All those arrested were charged with offences under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 and are presently detained in police custody.
    A report will be sent to the Procurator Fiscal.

    Last updated: 24 July 2009, 17:52


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  1. G_nome
    This happened in my pet's home town.
    And from that pic it looks like soapbar, though that could just be a stock photo, but the "cannabis" they got was more than likely soapbar.
    My pet would be astounded if it turned out to be a tonne of good quality hash. Not in this town.
    So he counts this as a good thing, to have that amount of poison off the market.

    My pet's also pretty surprised about the amount of soapbar they had stashed, he didn't think the market would still be that big for shitty, bloody soapbar!
    It's pretty sad really, the amount of people that still sell, buy and smoke that shit. Dunno how they can, it's bloody disgusting, and nothing like cannabis resin.
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