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Portage man charged after police bust grow-op

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A Portage la Prairie man is facing charges after RCMP snuffed out his small grow operation Tuesday morning.

At approximately 10 o’clock, officers from the Central Plain detachment executed a search warrant at a home in the 400 block of Royal Road North in Portage la Prairie.

RCMP found a total of 57 marijuana plants, an unspecified quantity of loose marijuana and a sum of cash.

Erin Keith Bryson, 43, has been charged with offences under the controlled drugs and substances act. He has been released under a promise to appear in a provincial court in September.

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