Long Melford: Three charged after 1,300 cannabis plants are discovered
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Two men and a woman have been charged after police uncovered a cannabis factory in Long Melford.
Officers conducted a drugs warrant at a property in Withindale Lane on Friday after suspicious activity was reported to police.
Around 1,300 cannabis plants were found inside.
Hoc Nguyen, 18, Hung Tran, 18 and Dung Hoangh, 22, all from Mill House in Long Melford, were taken to Bury police investigation centre and charged with producing cannabis.
Tran was also charged with another count of producing cannabis relating to an incident in Warwickshire between January 3 and April 3, 2011.
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All three appeared before Ipswich Magistrates’ Court on Saturday.
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