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Illegal immigrant jailed for part in cannabis farm in Boston

Illegal immigrant jailed for part in cannabis farm in Boston

This is Lincolnshire --

AN ILLEGAL immigrant arrested after police raided a cannabis farm in Boston was jailed for eight months at Lincoln Crown Court.

Tuan Tran was detained after officers carried out a search of a property in Brewster Road in the town.

Robert Underwood, prosecuting, said..

Reported by • Friday, February 1, 2013

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