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(NZ) Police surveillance camera catches man tending crop of cannabis plants

Police had discovered the cannabis plot in the Tangahoe Valley in April and set up a hidden camera to identify the offenders.
Raymond Woodhead was warned he would go to jail if caught with cannabis again.

But within days of that appearance in April he was caught on a police surveillance camera tending a crop of about 40 cannabis plants in the Tangahoe Valley.The 31-year-old solo father appeared before Judge Allan Roberts along with cousin, Murray Woodhead, 51, and Lisa Robinson, 19, all of Hawera, in the New Plymouth District Court for sentencing on drugs charges yesterday.

The Woodheads previously pleaded guilty to cultivating cannabis and possession of cannabis for supply while Robinson admitted possession of cannabis for supply. Raymond Woodhead also admitted possessing equipment for growing cannabis.

Police had discovered the cannabis plot in the Tangahoe Valley in April and set up a hidden camera to identify the offenders.

The camera was successful in capturing footage and as a result raided two Hawera addresses in May where they discovered another indoor growing operation.

Judge Roberts said on May 1 the cameras caught Raymond Woodhead and Robinson spreading cannabis plants along a wire to help the drying process.

Two days later the Woodheads were photographed removing the plants.

On May 5, police searched Murray Woodhead’s address where they found cannabis plants valued at $21,000 growing in his garage.

Judge Roberts said it was of significance the cannabis from the valley had never been recovered.

He noted Raymond Woodhead had been sentenced to 300 hours’ community work on April 28, three days before he was caught on camera tending the crop, in the Hawera District Court and given a final warning.

He sentenced both men to a total of two years’ prison and denied them leave to apply for home detention.

Robinson, who is pregnant with Raymond Woodhead’s child, was described as naive by the judge.

“She got wrapped into this by more sophisticated offenders.”

Judge Roberts remanded Robinson on bail to her parents’ address in Manaia, so home detention could be considered. She will reappear in the Hawera District Court on October 12.

By LEIGHTON KEITH
Source: http://www.stuff.co.nz/taranaki-daily-news/news/2857001/Police-camera-catches-man-tending-crop-of-cannabis-plants

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