Drug crop goes to pot

Written By miftah nugraha on Rabu, 27 Maret 2013 | 19.55

A MAN'S botched attempt to grow cannabis to help pay off his debts has led to a conviction for drug offences

Rudolph Stichter, 23, pleaded guilty to cultivating a controlled plant for sale, two charges of possessing a controlled plant product, one charge of possessing a thing used for the administration of a controlled drug and using a controlled plant product.

Supreme Court Justice David Porter said police found five cannabis plants -- one growing hydroponically inside a wardrobe and four in an outside garden -- during a search of Stichter's home in May last year.

Elsewhere in the house were small quantities of cannabis, cannabis seeds and two smoking devices.

Stichter told police he was growing the drug to help pay off $30,000 in debts but the attempt had been a complete failure.

The Burnie court heard three of the plants were dead and one in the garden had only thrived without Stichter's help.

The judge ordered he carry out 55 hours of community service.


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