Long Melford man jailed for over five years after cannabis farm discovery

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A man from Long Melford has been jailed for five-and-a-half years for growing cannabis at a pig farm with intent to supply.

Paul May, 37, from Hall Street, was found guilty of one count of conspiracy to produce cannabis, one count of conspiracy to supply cannabis and one count of possession with intent to supply cannabis.

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The discovery was made by police in Bradenham, Norfolk. Officers were alerted via a 999 call on November 24, 2013, which alleged threats were being made with a firearm.

Andrew Deakin, 52, from Oxford Road, Clacton on Sea, was found guilty at an earlier hearing of one count of conspiracy to produce cannabis, one count of conspiracy to supply cannabis and one count of concealing criminal earnings and was jailed for seven years.