Two charged after £250,000 cannabis farm in Birmingham home discovered

Two people have been charged with drug and electrical offenses after a large cannabis farm was discovered on a Birmingham property. Officers from the Erdington Impact Team raided an address on Mere Road in the Stockland Green area of ​​Erdington, near Brookvale Park, on Thursday June 16.

Inside they found over 250 cannabis plants with an estimated market value of around £250,000. Two men, Min Ho, 37, and Hoang Pham, 20, were arrested and both charged with growing cannabis and taking electricity.

Erdington Police Team tweeted: “The Erdington Impact Team assisted by the Erdington Neighborhood Team seizedaround270cannabisplantswithastreetpoundvalueofapproximately£250000 this morning[ThursdayJune16)seizedaround270cannabisplantswithastreetpoundvalueofapproximately£250000”[jeudi16juin)environ270plantsdecannabisd’unevaleurmarchanded’environ250000livressterlingDeuxsuspectsengardeàvue[ThursdayJune16)seizedaround270cannabisplantswithastreetvalueofapproximately£250000poundTwosuspectsincustody”

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They tweeted an update to say, “Both individuals have been charged and remanded in custody and will appear in court. Thank you again to everyone involved in the ongoing battle to get drugs off our streets.

A West Midlands Police spokesperson said: “We discovered over 260 cannabis plants at an address in Mere Road, Erdington on June 16. Min Ho, 37, and Hoang Pham, 20, were charged with cultivation of cannabis and were due to appear in Walsall Magistrates’ Court.”

The men appeared at Walsall Magistrates’ Court on Saturday June 18, while work is being carried out at Birmingham Magistrates’ Court. The couple, both of no fixed address, have been charged with growing cannabis and taking electricity and have pledged to appear at Birmingham Crown Court on Monday July 18 at 9.30am. Both were taken into custody.

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