Pair appear in court over discovery of drugs factory
Two men have appeared in court after a cannabis factory containing more than 350 plants was discovered at a house in Bath.
Police raided the home in Englishcombe Lane at 8am last Friday, seizing drugs and equipment and arresting two Vietnamese men on suspicion of cannabis cultivation.
Western Power engineers were then called to make the building safe and to repair the electricity cables which had been diverted.
Vuong Xuan Nguyen, 37, and Thuan Van Hoang, 34, from Englishcombe Lane, have both appeared in court charged with producing 354 cannabis plants, and bailed to appear at a later date.
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Meanwhile, officers also raided a house in Dafford Street, in Larkhall, last Thursday.
A 23-year-old man was arrested and later bailed on suspicion of receiving stolen goods and possessing cannabis with intent to supply.
A large quantity of electrical items, including mobile phones and computer games equipment, were seized.
Both raids were part of Operation Relentless, a police initiative aimed at tackling serious crime, including burglary, robbery, drugs and car theft.