Marijuana plantations in Micoud discovered

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Marijuana plantations in Micoud discovered

Officers attached to the Drug and Special Services Units carried out eradication exercises on two marijuana plantations at Vigier, Micoud on Wednesday, August 28, 2013.

During the exercises, the officers uprooted a total of 1,290 marijuana plants from two plantations, police said in a press release.

“Also, 102 pounds of what appeared to be compressed marijuana were recovered in a wooden hut on one of the plantations,” the release added.

No one was arrested.

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  1. your'll ever buy fish in the market, these days it making more sense to sell fish than marijuana, the way food price going up

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  2. Me next election Iwant the green party to win!!! Then all this destroying of god's creation will stop!!!

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  3. I think the stlucian government should swallow their pride and ask the people to plant more marijuana to survive because the prices of food in stlucia I think they need more than marijuana,

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  4. SNO - the last sentence is unnecessary! Police NEVER EVER EVER EVER catches anyone! You can cultivate a weed farm at CID and i am sure you won't be arrested!

    BTW- its time for the country to gain some economic benefit from such lush greenery- stop destroying nature!

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  5. OFficers nun eh runnin n tings scruffy. Children affi go school no jobs. Let d ppl plant dey weed cuz its better dan stealin

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  6. De-criminalize marijuana, or the very least, give them a ticket like traffic violation. Cannabis is not a drug because it is not manufactured, it’s just a poor little tree trying to survive like us. It’s time we move forward.
    Allen Chastanet, what is your take on the natural herb, would you put your tail between your legs and fold to the Yanks like all the other governments before?

    P.S. I do not smoke, but I did try it when I was younger. People will always be attracted to it cuz it's forbidden.

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