Cannabis farm raided
CANNABIS plants worth more than £50,000 were found when police raided a Plymouth property.
The cannabis farm in Haystone Place, Stonehouse, was raided last Thursday.
A 58-year-old man was arrested and has been bailed until May 22.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the police on 101, or Crimestoppers in confidence on 0800 555 111.
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DAVID WHITEHEAD, founder and majority shareholder of Stage Electrics, passed away last week after a long battle with cancer.
The company worked on high-profile Plymouth events including Music of the Night and the Christmas lights.
David, who died on Monday, February 18, is survived by his wife Caroline and children, Simon, Pollyanna, Jacob and Alexander. Details of the funeral will be published on www.stage-electrics.co.uk.
FIREFIGHTERS rescued a child who was accidentally locked in a bedroom.
A crew from Greenbank used tools to free the two-year-old in Grenville Road, St Judes, just after 6pm last night.
A SURVEY has been set up to try to find out where people go for shopping and leisure.
The information will be used to help South Hams District Council plan for the future of town centres in the area.
Gary Streeter, the South West Devon MP and chair of Ivybridge Town Team, said: "The negative impact of the recession and changing shopper trends on the health of town centres is well documented. This study will help us plan for the future role and function of town centres."
A WOMAN was treated after inhaling smoke during a kitchen blaze.
Two fire engines went to a semi-detached house in Springwood Close, Plympton at 7.15pm on Friday night. Crews using breathing apparatus put out the fire.
A TRIO of dance stars will host a day of workshops at Lipson Community College.
Matt Flint, Tom Shilcock and Katrina Lyndon, who all featured in the BBC show So You Think You Can Dance, will run three sessions from 10.30am to 4.30pm on March 31.
A FAULTY electrical system started a fire that left a car's steering column damaged.
Firefighters were called to the scene in Wolseley Road in Ford, just after 6pm on Friday night.
They quickly brought the fire under control.