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Prosecution seeks $200 000 fine


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The prosecution has asked that a man who had a “cannabis farm” in his yard be fined up to $200 000 for his illegal growth.

Davion Levere Ricardo Miller, of Brownes Gap, Sargeant’s Village, Christ Church, was back in the No. 4 Supreme Court yesterday, after he had pleaded guilty to possession of 58.81 kilogrammes/130 pounds of cannabis on April 26, 2017.

He also admitted he had a traffickable quantity of the drug and that he cultivated it on the same date.

“I looked to change my life and them things I was taking I ain’t want to see no more,” Miller told the court.

“I looking to change my life cause the house did get build over by Government so at least one of my problems was answered.” (HLE)

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