Cannabis plants found in Louth

Cannabis found in Louth. (Photo supplied)
Cannabis found in Louth. (Photo supplied)

TWO warrants under the Misuse of Drugs Act have recently been executed in Louth and a number of cannabis plants seized.

On September 20 Police officers from Louth visited an address in Kenwick Road and discovered a number of plants in the loft space.

Two men from the address, aged 30 and 34, were interviewed and received cautions.

On October 6, two further warrants were executed at addresses in Broadley Crescent and Somersby Way.

Two professional ‘grows’ were found and a 49-year-old man from the Broadley Crescent address and a 31-year-old man from Somersby Way have been reported for the offence of cultivating cannabis.

Sergeant lee Willoughby from Louth Police Station, said: “We wish to assure local residents that offences pertaining to the cultivation, production and supply of cannabis will not be tolerated. We continue to tackle issues that affect our neighbourhoods and communities and will deal with offenders accordingly”.

Crimes in your neighbourhood can be reported in confidence and anonymity to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.