A man has appeared in court after a cannabis farm was found at his home.
Tariq Ditta, of Clifton Terrace in Batley, pleaded guilty to producing the class B drug on July 14.
Kirklees Magistrates’ Court heard that police searched the property after receiving a tip-off from a member of the public that cannabis was being
transported from the address.
They found a cannabis farm set up in one of the bedrooms, with 37 plants growing in individual pots.
High voltage lights were also suspended from the ceiling and there was ventilation equipment was coming down from the loft hatch.
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The cannabis plants were described as female and between 55 and 67cm in length.
Jill Seddon, prosecuting, said: “The defendant accepted he was responsible for the growing of the cannabis.
“He said he started growing it on behalf of another person and that he would have got £6,000 for his part in it.”
District Judge Parkash Aujla sent the 45-year-old’s case to Leeds Crown Court for sentencing on March 10.