An unusually large cannabis plant grew calmly on the side of Rosh Ha'ayin Street, until two policemen arrived at the site yesterday, receiving phone call to the spot. The two uprooted the plant and took it with them.
Two police officers from the Rosh Ha'ayin police arrived Wednesday at a spot in the city, trying to locate an unusual plant in the landscape that was reported to have grown peacefully on the side of a street.
The police arrived at the site and received a telephone call. They checked and found that the plant was cannabis, uprooted it and took it with them to the station.
According to eyewitnesses, she traveled with a friend and children in the vicinity of a playground in the city when she suddenly identified the policemen running around.
"We saw the policemen walk quickly while looking under pressure and looking for something, when they get directions on the phone," she says.
"We decided to walk after them and see what it was, and that's what we discovered, and yes, it's real, we smelled," she added.
It remains to be seen who is responsible for planting the cannabis.
The police responded in response to our request that "during routine police activity, they noticed plants suspected of growing drugs in public areas. The plants were taken and destroyed. "