Arrests and seizures

Documentation: Dozens of cannabis plants were exposed in a cellar in Tel Aviv

Police report the seizure of dozens of cannabis plants weighing 200 kilograms in a basement in a building in south Tel Aviv. Suspected 4 were arrested and detained.

South of Tel Aviv: Police discovered Thursday a cannabis growing room in the basement of a building containing cannabis plants with a total weight of about 10 pounds, police reported Friday.

Four suspects in the 30 were arrested during the raid in the living room on Levanda Street in Tel Aviv.

The police said that "the Israel Police continues its determined struggle by using hidden and visible means of drug abuse and spreading them in the streets of the city."

According to the report, "in the apartment policemen seized seedlings with a total weight of about 200 kg, as well as the four suspects who were there on suspicion of holding and operating the apartment for production and drug trafficking."

The suspects (residents of Tel Aviv, Givat Shmuel, Yeruham and Kfar Sava) were arrested for questioning at the police station at the end of which they were imprisoned.

On Friday, the police will ask to extend their detention in the Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court.

This concept joins a large number of cannabis cultivation concepts throughout the country recently, including dozens of greenhouses in the south of the country and the destruction of tens of thousands of seedlings.

Cannabis fines

(Starting with 1 in April 2019)

Based on a figure revealed by Minister Erdan. Police refuse to reveal official figureDetails here)

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