Cannabis charges for mum and son

Last updated 13:46 13/07/2012
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A Newtown mother and son charged after a police raid netted millions in cash, property and cannabis have been remanded for two weeks.

Police busted an operation in June that led to them recovering 13 kilograms of cannabis, $40,000 in cash and $100,000 of cannabis head and cabbage for making oil when they ended a five month investigation called Operation Foxy.

Sandra Jacqueline McMahon, 68, cleaner and Craig McMahon, 48, unemployed, were remanded in custody on charges of having cannabis that they intended to sell or supply to others, selling cannabis and cultivation.

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- The Dominion Post

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