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A man has been charged after we found more than 200 cannabis plants at a house in South Staffordshire.
Euxhens Xhaja, 32, of no-fixed-address, has been charged with producing cannabis and will appear at North Staffordshire Justice Centre today (Thursday 16 November).
It comes after we searched an address in the Cheslyn Hay area yesterday (Wednesday 15 November). We found 223 cannabis plants inside.
We have been proactively targeting those involved in drug cultivation across Staffordshire as part of our Operation Levidrome commitment.
To read more about how you can spot the signs of cannabis cultivation in your area, visit: Cannabis farms | Staffordshire Police
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