Tweed man charged after police seize cannabis plants and oil

A man’s been charged after police discovered more than three dozen cannabis plants at a Tweed Heads home.

Officers raided the Oxley Street house around 1.00pm yesterday, where they made the find.

Police allege the haul consisted of 40 cannabis plants, approximately eight litres of cannabis oil and approximately one kilogram of cannabis leaf.


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A 58-year-old man was arrested and taken to Tweed Heads Police Station.

PHOTO: Tweed-Byron Police District

He has since been charged with four offences including supply large commercial quantity prohibited drug, manufacture large quantity prohibited drug and cultivate prohibited plant.

The man was refused bail to appear at Tweed Heads Local Court today.

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How can someone not get bail for a few plants, but in Townsville you kill a child in a hot car and get BAIL free as a bird. The system is broken a minor offence compared to death its unastralian,those judges don’t have a clue they live in there ivory towers drive to work and don’t get touched by ordinary everyday people. SHAME SHAME SHAME do the government not no how much money they could make if they decriminalised cannabis NEW ZEALAND estimated one billion dollars in the first cpl yrs how much could Australia make if they pulled there head out of the sand.

Totally agree with you , show me the victims