He thought he'd only find the delivery man of his package on his doorstep. But this Tuesday at the end of the day, the customs officers of the Rungis brigade were also there. This 30-year-old resident of Villecresnes (Val-de-Marne) was picked up by the agents when he had just received a small package from the United States. Inside, 161 hemp seeds. The parcel had been spotted by the postal customs clearance office in Wissous (Essonne) five days earlier. According to our information, the recipient, who lives with his mother, quickly admitted that he was farming.
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While following this package, the customs officers thought they would come across a few plants. The house is all that is classic: a suburban pavilion built in the 1970s in this semi-rural commune, 180 m2 with basement. From the street, nothing suspicious. But once they walked through the front door, they soon realized they had just found a veteran grower who had turned his home into a full-fledged cannabis farm.
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