Marijuana trees worth two million dollars and a camp were destroyed by officers of the St. Joseph Police Station during a marijuana eradication exercise in the St. Joseph district.
According to the Police Service, the exercise took place on Friday between 4pm and 10pm.
During the exercise, officers proceeded two miles into a forested area off Spring Valley Road, where they discovered and destroyed five marijuana fields with approximately two thousand fully grown trees, along with five sheds containing seedlings and fertilizers.
No arrest was made in connection with the finds.
The exercise was coordinated by Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police McDonald Jacob and spearheaded by Acting Senior Superintendent Michael Daniel.
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