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A Rugby man has been jailed after officers discovered a cannabis grow in his flat.
In December 2020 officers arrested 41-year-old Joseph Delaney and when officers searched his flat – at the time in Rounds Gardens - they came across two indoor tents full of cannabis plants.
Experts later estimated the plants could have ultimately produced nearly £200,000 of cannabis.
He was subsequently charged with cultivating cannabis.
And in Warwick Crown Court on July 18 of this year Delaney was sentenced to three years in prison.
Detective Sergeant Danielle Bristow said: “We welcome this sentence and hope it serves as a warning to anyone who thinks about producing drugs in Warwickshire.”
Issued by: AG, Corporate Communications.
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