A 24-year-old man has been given a conditional caution after cannabis plants were discovered at a property in Bromyard.
A spokesperson for West Mercia Police said:
“Last month (September) we acted on information provided to us that Cannabis plants were being cultivated in a rear garden of a residential property in Bromyard.
“Officers from the Bromyard safer neighbourhood team attended, seized 6 plants and a further amount of herbal cannabis from inside the address.
“A 24 year old man was reported for possession of a controlled drug and cultivation of cannabis and subsequently issued with a conditional caution to attend a drug rehabilitation course to prevent re-offending which has now been completed successfully.
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