Man reported to magistrates
A MAN has been reported to appear before magistrates on suspicion of producing cannabis and stealing electricity.
The 39-year-old has not been charged but was reported to the courts following a fire at a property in Billacombe Road, Plymstock, on Thursday.
After being called to the scene by firefighters, police said they later removed around 10 suspected marijuana plants said to be in their "early stages" and a further 20 cuttings of suspected marijuana plants.
As a result of interviews with the 39-year-old, he was reported to appear at Plymouth magistrates court at a later date.
A CAR smashed into the central reservation of the A38 yesterday morning.
It was one of two vehicles involved in the collision near Lee Mill shortly before 10am.
The fast lane on the Cornwall-bound carriageway ended up blocked and there was debris all over the road.
Firefighters, police and ambulance crews all attended at the scene.
The drivers of the vehicles, a Ford Fiesta and a black Transporter van, were treated at the scene by paramedics.
THIEVES have made off with a trailer from an isolated location in Millbrook.
The crooks struck the property in Lower Anderton Road some time between 5pm and 8.15pm on February 13.
The trailer was built to carry up to eight canoes and has a distinctive 'scaffolding type' rack over the back.
It is a four-wheel trailer with two axles and a drop down tailgate. There is an identification number welded on the drawbar and the registration plate bore the number X448 BDV.
Anyone with information about the theft should call police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 quoting crime reference number BT/13/95.
ENTERPRISING hospitality and catering students are organising a quiz and curry night.
The students from City College Plymouth are organising the event for Tuesday February 26 to raise funds for their vocational trip to London.
The students, who are aged between 16 and 19, are required to organise, promote and run the event as part of their course, and are hoping to raise some money to help support the costs of their trip to London.
Organisers say guests will receive a welcome drink, two courses and a quiz and raffle.
Student Emma McCoy said: "A lot of time and hard work has been put into the evening.
"I'm sure it will be a great event and we look forward to seeing you all there."