Cannabis factory found in Yarmouth Road, north Watford

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A cannabis factory was discovered in a north Watford house last night.

Hertfordshire Constabulary found multiple cannabis plants at the Yarmouth Road property at about 8.20pm.

Police raided the property after officers became suspicious of the address when they were in the area on Wednesday.

No-one was at the house when police attended and no arrests have been made.

Investigations are still ongoing.

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7:45pm Fri 21 Mar 14

Dr Martin says...

Well done to the police
Well done to the police Dr Martin
  • Score: 11

10:31pm Fri 21 Mar 14

LSC says...

If these criminals put half the effort into making their case for legality through the government and the courts rather than just breaking the law to line their own pockets, I'd listen to their case with an open mind.

But they don't. They are pond life who prey on the weak, and I hope they get everything that is coming to them.
If these criminals put half the effort into making their case for legality through the government and the courts rather than just breaking the law to line their own pockets, I'd listen to their case with an open mind. But they don't. They are pond life who prey on the weak, and I hope they get everything that is coming to them. LSC
  • Score: 18

8:54am Mon 24 Mar 14

Cuetip says...

Dr Martin wrote:
Well done to the police
Agreed. It's a growing problem that needs rooting out.
[quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: Well done to the police[/p][/quote]Agreed. It's a growing problem that needs rooting out. Cuetip
  • Score: 7

2:15pm Mon 24 Mar 14

CaptainPC says...

LSC wrote:
If these criminals put half the effort into making their case for legality through the government and the courts rather than just breaking the law to line their own pockets, I'd listen to their case with an open mind.

But they don't. They are pond life who prey on the weak, and I hope they get everything that is coming to them.
See if this was grown legally the farmers would have to pay minimum wage and would not be able to use slaves.

Cuetip....your puns may appeal to the grassroots but not to the high minded.
[quote][p][bold]LSC[/bold] wrote: If these criminals put half the effort into making their case for legality through the government and the courts rather than just breaking the law to line their own pockets, I'd listen to their case with an open mind. But they don't. They are pond life who prey on the weak, and I hope they get everything that is coming to them.[/p][/quote]See if this was grown legally the farmers would have to pay minimum wage and would not be able to use slaves. Cuetip....your puns may appeal to the grassroots but not to the high minded. CaptainPC
  • Score: 4

3:29pm Mon 24 Mar 14

LSC says...

CaptainPC wrote:
LSC wrote:
If these criminals put half the effort into making their case for legality through the government and the courts rather than just breaking the law to line their own pockets, I'd listen to their case with an open mind.

But they don't. They are pond life who prey on the weak, and I hope they get everything that is coming to them.
See if this was grown legally the farmers would have to pay minimum wage and would not be able to use slaves.

Cuetip....your puns may appeal to the grassroots but not to the high minded.
Like they do now? Gangs of immigrants with or without papers are a massive problem already in legal areas such as fruit pickers. Underpaid and held virtual hostages to the gang leaders.
Illegal drug growing wouldn't stop if it was ok to buy on the street. These are practised criminals, and would continue to use slaves, steal electricty and not pay tax to maximise their profits and keep product cost lower than the legal market to maintain their already established networks.
[quote][p][bold]CaptainPC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LSC[/bold] wrote: If these criminals put half the effort into making their case for legality through the government and the courts rather than just breaking the law to line their own pockets, I'd listen to their case with an open mind. But they don't. They are pond life who prey on the weak, and I hope they get everything that is coming to them.[/p][/quote]See if this was grown legally the farmers would have to pay minimum wage and would not be able to use slaves. Cuetip....your puns may appeal to the grassroots but not to the high minded.[/p][/quote]Like they do now? Gangs of immigrants with or without papers are a massive problem already in legal areas such as fruit pickers. Underpaid and held virtual hostages to the gang leaders. Illegal drug growing wouldn't stop if it was ok to buy on the street. These are practised criminals, and would continue to use slaves, steal electricty and not pay tax to maximise their profits and keep product cost lower than the legal market to maintain their already established networks. LSC
  • Score: 3

9:46am Tue 25 Mar 14

Cuetip says...

CaptainPC wrote:
LSC wrote:
If these criminals put half the effort into making their case for legality through the government and the courts rather than just breaking the law to line their own pockets, I'd listen to their case with an open mind.

But they don't. They are pond life who prey on the weak, and I hope they get everything that is coming to them.
See if this was grown legally the farmers would have to pay minimum wage and would not be able to use slaves.

Cuetip....your puns may appeal to the grassroots but not to the high minded.
Wow!

That's some good s ------ and you are still on a high!

Let's know when you come down as you can become addicted to being high.
[quote][p][bold]CaptainPC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LSC[/bold] wrote: If these criminals put half the effort into making their case for legality through the government and the courts rather than just breaking the law to line their own pockets, I'd listen to their case with an open mind. But they don't. They are pond life who prey on the weak, and I hope they get everything that is coming to them.[/p][/quote]See if this was grown legally the farmers would have to pay minimum wage and would not be able to use slaves. Cuetip....your puns may appeal to the grassroots but not to the high minded.[/p][/quote]Wow! That's some good s ------ and you are still on a high! Let's know when you come down as you can become addicted to being high. Cuetip
  • Score: 5

12:04pm Tue 25 Mar 14

CaptainPC says...

LSC wrote:
CaptainPC wrote:
LSC wrote:
If these criminals put half the effort into making their case for legality through the government and the courts rather than just breaking the law to line their own pockets, I'd listen to their case with an open mind.

But they don't. They are pond life who prey on the weak, and I hope they get everything that is coming to them.
See if this was grown legally the farmers would have to pay minimum wage and would not be able to use slaves.

Cuetip....your puns may appeal to the grassroots but not to the high minded.
Like they do now? Gangs of immigrants with or without papers are a massive problem already in legal areas such as fruit pickers. Underpaid and held virtual hostages to the gang leaders.
Illegal drug growing wouldn't stop if it was ok to buy on the street. These are practised criminals, and would continue to use slaves, steal electricty and not pay tax to maximise their profits and keep product cost lower than the legal market to maintain their already established networks.
Doubt it. If someone with money to invest was able to open a commercial property version it would work out cost effecetive to do so. They could not do this "under the radar" so would have to fulfill employment laws. IMHO.
[quote][p][bold]LSC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CaptainPC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LSC[/bold] wrote: If these criminals put half the effort into making their case for legality through the government and the courts rather than just breaking the law to line their own pockets, I'd listen to their case with an open mind. But they don't. They are pond life who prey on the weak, and I hope they get everything that is coming to them.[/p][/quote]See if this was grown legally the farmers would have to pay minimum wage and would not be able to use slaves. Cuetip....your puns may appeal to the grassroots but not to the high minded.[/p][/quote]Like they do now? Gangs of immigrants with or without papers are a massive problem already in legal areas such as fruit pickers. Underpaid and held virtual hostages to the gang leaders. Illegal drug growing wouldn't stop if it was ok to buy on the street. These are practised criminals, and would continue to use slaves, steal electricty and not pay tax to maximise their profits and keep product cost lower than the legal market to maintain their already established networks.[/p][/quote]Doubt it. If someone with money to invest was able to open a commercial property version it would work out cost effecetive to do so. They could not do this "under the radar" so would have to fulfill employment laws. IMHO. CaptainPC
  • Score: 2

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