Cannabis Found at Port Kenny
Two Port Kenny properties were searched for drugs by police.
Streaky Bay Police received information that cannabis was being grown and sold from a premises and, on Friday 8 December, conducted a search with the help of Wudinna Police and Ceduna CIB.
A quantity of dried cannabis was found in several locations a small amount of methamphetamine was also located.
Yesterday, Wednesday 13 December, police interviewed and reported a 54-year-old Port Kenny man for trafficking in a controlled drug, namely 515 grams of cannabis.
He will be summonsed to appear in the Ceduna Magistrates Court at a later date.
A second Port Kenny address was searched and a cannabis plant and small amount of dried cannabis was seized.
A 40-year-old Port Kenny woman was issued with a cannabis expiation notice.
Police encourage anyone with information on the growing, manufacture, sale or supply of drugs in our community to report it via Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online - you can remain anonymous.