Friday, 30 June 2017

Man Who Cultivated £35,000 Worth Of Cannabis At A Residential Address In Thamesmead London Jailed For 3-Years (Photos)

A man who cultivated £35,000 worth of cannabis at a residential address in Thamesmead has been jailed for three years. 
Noah Fessazion, 31 (21.01.86) of Dornberg Close, SE3 was found guilty of production of cannabis on Wednesday, 28 June following a trial.
The Old Bailey heard how on 26 February 2016, detectives executed a search warrant at Manning Court in Thamesmead, SE28 and discovered a cannabis factory with a street value of £35,000. 

The factory was capable of producing over £100,000 worth of cannabis per year. No one was present during the raid. 
Enquiries led police to Fessazion and he was arrested following an investigation for producing cannabis on 3 March 2016. He was charged with production of cannabis on 6 May 2016
On Monday, 26 June, he pleaded not guilty at the Old Bailey; he was found guilty on Wednesday, 28 June and sentenced the same day to three years imprisonment. 
Detective Constable Craig Underdown, from the Greenwich Gangs Unit, said: "I am very pleased with the conviction. The supply of all drugs within the borough drives all types of crime, whether that be anti-social behaviour or violent crime, we do not stop daily in protecting the residents of Greenwich from this activity."

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