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Kinlochleven man grew cannabis in polytunnel

A KINLOCHLEVEN man was ordered at Fort William Sheriff Court this week to undertake 150 hours of unpaid community work after admitting growing cannabis plants in a polytunnel in the back garden of his home.

David John, of the village’s Back of Leven Road, appeared before Sheriff Eilidh MacDonald for sentencing on Tuesday.

John had pleaded guilty at a previous appearance to a charge of producing cannabis at his home on September 2 last year. He had further admitted possessing four air weapons without a certificate which were also not secured and therefore accessible to other people.

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