Monday, March 02, 2009

Vancouver to decide what to do about three-time grow-op

Barry Artiste Op/Ed

Having been to Drug Labs doing Investigations, my partner at the time swore he had been to this house before, sure enough when we went back to our Lab a quick scan of our records showed this Meth Lab in Surrey was busted the year before.  The landlord professed innocence that he didn't know what was going on, with this new tenant.
I have a cure for all this, how about a Bulldozer, that would end this from ever happening again.

Vancouver to decide what to do about three-time grow-op

Updated: Sun Mar. 01 2009 18:54:39

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The City of Vancouver will this week decide what to do about a home that's housed a grow-op not once, but three times.

No-one answers the door at 729 East 58th Avenue, and there are signs no one's been around for a while.

Neighbour Michael Glynn remembers one day last fall when the house wasn't so quiet.

"It was about 10 o'clock in the morning, I heard some pretty loud voices, hearing you know police! Police!" said Glynn.

"They were banging, going one-two-three! Smashed it open ... they went in there, they had assault rifles."

Police have found a marijuana grow-op at this home three times in the last eight years.

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