Two men and one woman will be summoned to face court after ACT Policing seized trafficable amounts of cannabis following search warrants in Chisholm, Monash and Duffy last week.
On Monday 16 April, General Duties officers from Woden Police Station executed a search warrant at a residence in Chisholm and seized a number of jars containing cannabis head and cannabis plants.
The following day, (Tuesday, 17 April), General Duties officers from Woden Police Station and Tuggeranong Police Station executed search warrants at residences in Monash and Duffy.
Cannabis plants and drying cannabis were seized in Monash and Duffy residences along with suspected stolen property in Duffy.
ACT Policing said a 55-year-old Chisholm woman, a 43-year-old Monash man and a 30-year-old Duffy man would all receive court summonses for the cultivation and possession of a trafficable quantity of cannabis.
The Duffy man will also receive a summons for unlawful possession of property suspected of being stolen.
ACT Policing said they will continue to target and disrupt the illicit production, distribution and trafficking of drugs in the ACT.
Anyone with any information about the manufacture, distribution or supply of illicit drugs is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website. Information can be provided anonymously.