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One thousand eight hundred and five plants of cannabis were up rooted and destroyed today by Corozal Police. The drugs, ranging 3 to 6 feet in height, were found approximately 3 ¼ miles off the San Andres road around 11:30 this morning.


Screen_Shot_2014-09-12_at_7.51.51_PMAndrew Ramirez - OC Corozal


“Acting upon information, Corozal police headed by Corporal Valladarez and a team of officers including officers from the criminal investigation branch and the Special Assignment Team we had visited an area about three and a quarter miles north of San Andres village in the Corozal district which resulted in the discovery of 1805 Cannabis plants ranging from the height of three feet over six feet in height, nobody was found in the area as a result the Cannabis plants were uprooted and lighted engulf in fire.”


As Ramirez mention on his interview no one was in the area at the time of the discovery.

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