Rishton man accused of drugs offences appears in court

A 27-YEAR-OLD man has appeared before Blackburn magistrates charged with producing 261 cannabis plants and abstracting electricity without authority.

Robert Harry Brierley, of Brook Street, Rishton, was sent on bail to Burnley Crown Court where he will appear on March 5.

Peter King, defending, said his client was anxious he should point out that while there was an unusually large number of plants they were all seedlings and it was unlikely they would all have reached maturity.

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2:09pm Thu 5 Dec 13

Davelyn says...

Don't know what's happening to the generations of today. You were thought bad of if you tried to fiddle your electric meter once of a day never mind growing cannabis plants. This idiot comes from a good family.
Don't know what's happening to the generations of today. You were thought bad of if you tried to fiddle your electric meter once of a day never mind growing cannabis plants. This idiot comes from a good family. Davelyn

4:33pm Wed 1 Jan 14

ralf son says...

Davelyn wrote:
Don't know what's happening to the generations of today. You were thought bad of if you tried to fiddle your electric meter once of a day never mind growing cannabis plants. This idiot comes from a good family.
If you read the article properly you will see that he as only been accused! Isn't it still incidents till proven guilty? Plus he as pleaded not guilty
[quote][p][bold]Davelyn[/bold] wrote: Don't know what's happening to the generations of today. You were thought bad of if you tried to fiddle your electric meter once of a day never mind growing cannabis plants. This idiot comes from a good family.[/p][/quote]If you read the article properly you will see that he as only been accused! Isn't it still incidents till proven guilty? Plus he as pleaded not guilty ralf son

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