Dagga plantation uncovered in Beverley Grove, PE

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Police have uncovered a dagga plantation in Beverley Grove, Port Elizabeth, on Wednesday after tracking a parcel that was meant to be transported to Durban.

According to police, a random check of packages at the Port Elizabeth International Airport led to them discovering a small parcel containing dagga.

Police spokeswoman Captain Sandra Janse van Rensburg said police managed to track the parcel – via a courier company – to a house in Beverley Grove.

“This afternoon a search warrant was executed and they found a dagga plantation.

The occupant of the house has also been arrested,” she said.

The estimate value so far is R500 000.

“At this stage, a vehicle might also be seized,” she added.

Police are currently still on the scene.

This is a developing story.

One thought on “Dagga plantation uncovered in Beverley Grove, PE

  • March 15, 2018 at 1:53 pm

    Oh for crying out loud can we actually have out officers police real crime! Cannabis is being legalised all over the world and is being heralded for it’s medicinal properties. It is not addictive and has been proven not to be a gateway drug. It pales in comparison to say alcohol…


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