Two men have been charged after Camden police seized 182 cannabis plants from a home in Currans Hill.
Camden Police Area Command Crime Manager Detective Chief Inspector Paul Albury said officers executed a search warrant at home on Spring Hill Circuit at 4.30pm last Thursday (July 8).
“A 30-year-old man from Bargo was backing out of the driveway at the time,” he said.
“When police searched the car they found three kilograms of cannabis and a small quantity of amphetamines and cash.”
A second man allegedly fled the house on foot, however Detective Chief Inspector Albury said the 38-year-old Bankstown man was later apprehended after a foot pursuit.
“Police found 182 cannabis plants inside the home, over seven kilograms of cannabis, $4735 cash and five grams of methamphetamine,” he said.
Detective Chief Inspector Albury said both men were charged with enhanced cultivation of indoor cannabis – commercial supply, supply of a prohibited drug and stealing electricity.
The Bargo man faced court on Friday, July 9 where he was refused bail to reappear on September 15.
The Bankstown man was also refused bail to appear at court on Thursday, July 15.