Ipswich is home to the latest round of imported enrichment as illegal immigrants Blerim Mema and Graci Fekolan are found guilty of cultivating over £1million worth of cannabis.
These two enriching imports, who had no right to even be in our country, were caught in a house on Henley Road where an astonishing 13 rooms had been converted into cannabis grouwing facilities.
When police raided the address, Blerim and Graci were found to be attempting to hide among the 1,500 cannabis plants on the premises.
So many drugs and drug related equipment were on the premises that it took police officers an entire weekend to log evidence.
Appearing at Ipswich Crown Court, both admitted to producing cannabis, and sentencing was adjourned until next month.
Foreign criminals – making the drugs trade in Britain their own. How enriching.
Perhaps we’ll even deport them after they serve their sentences – who knows, they’ve probably some human rights that will let them stay. Maybe one has a pet cat ?
Inspector Sarsfield Donohue of Suffolk Constabulary said:
"This was a very significant cannabis factory. Early estimates suggest the amount of drugs that have been found would have a street value of at least half a million pounds. It is certainly one of the largest factories discovered in the county and we’re pleased that it has now been shut down.
"If anyone suspects that a property near them is being used to cultivate cannabis then please contact police immediately on 101.”