These suspected dealers had it all: cannabis, tobacco, cider and even samurai swords

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Three men in the U.K. have been arrested on suspicion of burglary and possession with intent to supply class B drugs, which includes cannabis, after a raid was carried out in Middlesbrough, U.K. on Nov. 30. Executing a drugs warrant, members of the Middlesbrough Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) found some of what they expected: an estimated £120,000 ($208,800) worth of weed, cannabis-infused edibles and illegal tobacco products, as well as 30 cases of cider, according to a Facebook post from the Cleveland Police . The samurai swords, though, were likely a bit of a surprise. Border patrol finds cannabis bundles worth nearly a million abandoned in the middle of nowhere Vehicle search in Irish county reveals weed worth $961,000 £500,000 worth of weed plants found while cops were investigating a burglary Guns and knives are often found on properties housing illegal grows, or simply when reportedly being used to fashion a homemade bong . While the swords ran to the exotic, the property did not have any exotic animals, such as the kangaroos and zebras found during this Ontario raid in October or the spiders and snakes discovered during an Irish raid in February. As for the Vixin cider, recently reported stolen from a local commercial premises, the drink was estimated to be worth thousands of pounds, the Facebook post notes. The costly cider has since been returned to the owner. Three men aged 48, 52 and 59 were arrested and remain in police custody, according to the post. “Wherever we can, we will take action against those dealing in illegal drugs activity,” Sergeant Chris Turner of the Middlesbrough NPT. “We have listened to our local residents and today’s result has been just one example of us acting on that information,” Turner adds in the post. Production or supply of…

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