Local October 26, 2012 | 10:41 am

Canadian nabbed for growing pot at home in Sosua

Puerto Plata.- A Canadian citizen was arrested at his home in the resort town of Sosua, charged with growing 30 marijuana plants in 27 potters, the National Drugs Control Agency (DNCD) announced Friday.

The foreigner living in the Dominican Republic was identified as Lord James Douglas, 62, nicknamed El Canadiense and / or El Gringo.

A judge authorized the warrant to search Douglas’ house in Los Cerros, Sosúa, says a statement issued by the DNCD office in Puerto Plata.

It adds that the accused was using 27 potters to grow marijuana on the roof of his house, detected by DNCD agents, who found plants which had grown as high as one foot.

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