Almeria, an organization that was devoted to illegal marijuana cultivation in homes, has been stopped by the National Police. Operation Laura led to the arrest of 10 individuals and the intervention more than 1,800 marijuana seeds.
Investigators from Almeria's National Police Station found two farms in Viator and Gergal where illegal marijuana cultivation was taking place.
Surveillance revealed that the building was owned by the municipality and was occupied by the dismantled group. It was located in Almeria's Quemadero neighbourhood. There was sufficient evidence to prove that two of the victims were being convicted of a crime. an indoor marijuana grow.
The investigation revealed that a married couple with their three children (two women aged 24 and 20 respectively) were responsible for the business and were very attentive to every detail.
Time for all clan members to follow their guidelines on the care of plants and concealment of illicit activities.
The National Police seized 1,809 marijuana plant plants from the Viator building on Las Negras and Gergal streets. They also seized 62 kilos worth of vacuum-packed marijuana buds. 80 spotlights, 73 bulbs, 10 filters and 12 extractors. There were also three fans and five precision scales. 595 euros cash was also seized.
Ten people were also arrested: six men and four ladies, all with close family ties and previous police records for similar crimes against people and property.
The Investigating Court Number Six of Almeria has placed the arrested on guard duty and accused them of being part of a criminal organization, drug traficking, and electricity fraud.
Operation Laura, a National Police operation in Almeria, has been successful in destroying an important marijuana production and distribution facility in the province.