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Fort cannabis grower did it to ‘keep out of trouble’

A FORT William man who started growing his own cannabis as a way of keeping out of trouble was ordered to do 133 hours of unpaid community work by a sheriff this week.

Malcolm Watson, 31, of the town’s Lochaber Road, appeared for sentencing at Fort William Sheriff Court this week having previously pleaded guilty to charges of possessing about 5.5g of herbal cannabis and eight cannabis plants at his home on October 11, last year.

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