Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Montreal Grow-Ops Raided by Police

A sophisticated indoor marijuana growing operation Delta police recently found in a Ladner home. Photograph by: Delta police/Vancouver Sun

Police Seeking To Arrest Over 200 In Quebec Raids --

MONTREAL - Garden centres that specialize in hydroponics appeared to be a central part of a vast police operation that targeted marijuana producers, distributors and exporters, in Montreal and the surrounding area Tuesday.

More than 800 officers from the Quebec provincial police, RCMP, Montreal, Laval and Longueuil police departments were conducting raids, which began around 7 a.m., at 40 suspected grow-ops, homes and businesses.

Police expect to make more than 200 arrests during the busts - dubbed Operation Borax - which stem from an investigation police say began in 2005, when they first discovered evidence of a large-scale marijuana ring operating out of businesses in the Montreal area.

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More News On The Latest Police Operation On Marijuana Grow-Ops

SQ arrest 108, seize 18,000 plants in Operation Borax -- Montreal Gazette
Marijuana grow-op sweep nets 95 people in Montreal -- Montreal Gazette
Quebec police stage raids to round up drug-trafficking gangs -- Canadian Press
Massive anti-drug operation in Montreal region -- CTV

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