Joshua Alan Diamond had cannabis price $28,000 on his property when police busted his develop. (File photograph)
A person who grew cannabis to fund his methamphetamine dependancy needs to have an “ordinary, boring life”, a courtroom has heard.
Joshua Alan Diamond, 33, was sentenced within the Palmerston North District Court on Tuesday to 20 months’ jail for cultivating cannabis and possessing it for provide.
Police busted his operation in May, after they searched his property.
In a shed they discovered 12 plants, measuring between 10 and 50 centimetres excessive, in addition to proof extra plants had been grown there.
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But a find in one other space actually put Diamond in scorching water.
A drying room contained 475 totally mature and closely budded plants, as…