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A man has been sentenced after admitting growing cannabis worth in the region of £10,000.
Liam Wilson, 22, of Chase Road in Burntwood, was arrested at a flat in the Burntwood area while officers were conducting a drugs warrant on 21 October 2019. A total of 18 cannabis plants were discovered inside, with a street value estimated between £6,500 and £9,900.Wilson was later charged and subsequently admitted one count of production of a class B drug at a plea hearing on 2 June.He appeared at Stafford Crown Court on Thursday 23 September where he was handed a sentence of 12 months imprisonment, suspended for 18 months, along with a 40-day rehabilitation activity requirement.
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