POLICE have swooped on yet another Vietnamese cannabis farm - the fifth found in Huddersfield this year.
Officers from Kirklees District Drugs Team went to the rented house on Waverley Terrace in Marsh and found hydroponic equipment inside.
Three Vietnamese men were arrested.
Two have been charged with the production of cannabis and were remanded in custody by Huddersfield magistrates.
The third has been released on police bail pending further inquiries.
The house is a small two-bedroomed terraced home and it is understood cannabis saplings had been cultivated there.
The arrests took place on April 24, but have only just come to light.
At 11pm last Saturday a house on Church Street in Paddock was raided.
A 23-year-old Vietnamese man was arrested.
He was charged with cultivating cannabis and electricity offences.
Police seized around 130 plants with an estimated street value of about £40,000.
On April 20 police found 400 skunk cannabis plants, with a street value of well over £100,000, at a terraced home on Wakefield Road at Aspley. One man was arrested and charged.
In late March police raided a house in Denby Dale and found a forest of cannabis in every room.
The hundreds of plants had an estimated street value approaching £250,000 and one man was arrested.
This followed another high-profile raid, when flats were raided on St Peter's Street in Huddersfield town centre on February 6.
Detectives and Kirklees District Drugs Team officers found hundreds of plants with a street value of £250,000 under lights and a hydroponic watering system.
It was the biggest ever such find in Huddersfield.
Three men were later remanded in custody accused of conspiring to produce cannabis.
Anyone with information about drug dealing or cannabis cultivation is urged to phone Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.