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Die illegalen Albaner bauten auch in Cambridge Cannabis Plantagen
Qemal Mustaf Kutona, 35, and Eluar Ismalay, 25, were found living in a bungalow containing hundreds of plants
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Two Albanians have been jailed and could face deportation for working on a huge Cambridgeshire cannabis factory.
Qemal Mustaf Kutona, 35, and Eluar Ismalay, 25, both pleaded guilty to being involved in the production of the class B drug, after police swooped on Ermine Way in Arrington in April.
Sending both men to prison for 12 months, Judge David Farrell warned that the sentence could result in their deportation.
Over 130 plants, worth up to £115,000, were seized by police when they responded to a local tip-off earlier this year from a farmer who could smell cannabis.
Prosecutor Edward Renvoize said police officers went to the area on April 4 near to an address known as „the telephone exchange“.
He added: „When they entered they initially saw some derelict buildings and when they went inside they found there were several tents set up with lighting – in essence a small cannabis factory.
„They saw many stalks from where cannabis had been harvested. Within that building was a small tent in which 24 cannabis immature cannabis plants were being grown.“
Mr Renvoize explained that officers continued to follow the strong smell of cannabis and took their enquiries to a nearby bungalow.
„The windows were full of condensation,“ Mr Renvoize added. „They were covered from the inside and as they approached the smell of cannabis got stronger.
„Upon looking though the letter box police officers could see a ventilation system indicative of a cannabis factory.
„They could see that there was a computer game being played at the back of the property and a standby light that was flicking on and off as if somebody was walking in front of it.“
Further police support was called and Kutona and Ismalay were arrested at the scene.
Inside the bungalow officers found a „well established“ factory containing 138 plants that it was estimated could yield between 3,864 and 11,592 grams of cannabis to be consumed.
It was suggested this would have a market value of between £38,000 and £115,000.
Upon questioning by police both men said they had been seeking work when they were offered shelter and roles as gardeners at the factory.
Mr Renvoize said: „Mr Ismalay said he didn’t know the people and he met them on the street while looking for work. He then elected to make no comment to all questions
„Equally, Mr Kutona was silent. He said he didn’t pay any rent. He did, however, say he was not here legally. He had been in the UK for some 9 years.
„He said he did not have any documents because he had lost them on the way over to the UK.“