Aishalton farmer accused of growing ganja

Despite denying knowing what a cannabis plant looks like, farmer Clarence St. Hill was yesterday remanded to prison after the police discovered 25 such plants on his farm.

Prosecutor Bharat Mangru, who presented the police’s case to the court, said that the plants, ranging from 2 to 4 feet in height, were found among some cassava crops when the police searched St. Hill’s farm, after receiving a tip off.

When he was later contacted, St. Hill is purported to have admitted the  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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