Man charged over ‘elaborate’ cannabis operation
JOSHUA SWAIN/FAIRFAX NZ Police allege the amount of cannabis seized from the company’s premises was more than “30 times the threshold amount and would have led to an overall penalty for the person who supplied the material”.
A man and woman were arrested after police seized nearly two kilograms of cannabis from a New Zealand cannabis business.
Police on Monday charged a 41-year-old man and a 47-year-old woman with possessing “inappropriate and excessive amounts” of cannabis.
JOSHUA SWAIN/FAIRFAX NZ The man and woman were stopped at the compan우리카지노y’s Rangiora Street business after police found more than two kilograms of cannabis in their vehicles.
NZTA is investigating the matter.
Detective Superintendent James O’Farrell said: “I would like to commend the New Zealand Drug Agency and our members for their exceptional and prompt response in these circumstances.”
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Police on Monday released the names of the two women arrested.
They were one woman and two men.
NZTA’s public information officer and police have not disclosed the charges they made on Tuesday.
A police spokesperson said it would be inappropriate to comment further.
The company that provided the goods to police at Rangiora Street gave the company’s address to police at the scene and said police could have a key to the premises without the company’s permission.
Officers searched the site after receiv더킹카지노ing a number of telephone calls.
The two women arrested at the Rangiora Street store told police the pot they were carrying was for medicinal purposes and police later seized three kilograms and the two mobile phone numbers, the police spokeswoman said.
The charges relate to the day when police obtained possession of the material.
On Sunday a 20-year-old Christchurch man was charged over an alleged drug trafficking operation involving more than 100 people.
He was charged by police, the Christchurch District Court and the Crown Court on Monday after failing to appear in court for three weeks last November.
On Tuesday a 21-year-old man was charged over the sale of what police seized fro