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Man arrested in Fleming Road, Newbury, on suspicion of cultivating cannabis released under investigation



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A man arrested yesterday (Thursday) in a police raid on Fleming Road has been released under investigation.

The 35-year-old Newbury man was arrested on suspicion of being concerned in making of an offer to supply to controlled drug of Class B, namely cannabis, and cultivating cannabis.

This was a part of a number of warrants carried out by Thames Valley Police across Cherwell, Aylesbury and Newbury, in order to disrupt organised crime.

Police presence at Faraday Road (52492274)
Police presence at Faraday Road (52492274)

As a result of this activity, three substantial cannabis factories were discovered.

Additionally, three arrests were made.

Mandrin Mjeshtri, aged 22, of no fixed abode, has been charged with one count of production of cannabis.

Police presence at Faraday Road (52492276)
Police presence at Faraday Road (52492276)

Fjoralb Pisli, aged 26, of no fixed abode, has been charged with one count of production of cannabis.

They were both remanded to appear at High Wycombe Magistrates’ court today (Friday)

Petref Resuli, aged 43, of no fixed abode, has been charged with cannabis production and abstracting electricity without authority. He has been remanded to Oxford Magistrates’ Court.

Work is ongoing to dismantle the factories and seize the drugs found inside.

Investigating officer Detective Inspector Natalie Hall, said: “These warrants were carried out today as part of our ongoing commitment to disrupt criminal activity associated with organised crime and drugs.

“As a result, a substantial amount of cannabis has been found and four arrests were made.

“There will be a continued police presence at the warrant locations as officers carry out their investigation.

“I would also like to remind members of the public that if you have any information or suspicions about drug crime, please always make a report to Thames Valley Police online or by calling 101.

“You can also call Crimestoppers 100 per cent anonymously on 0800 555 111 or contact them via their website.”



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