No plea on drug charge yet

ADAM Beveridge, one of two men charged with growing the largest cannabis plantation ever seized on the Coffs Coast, is yet to enter a plea on a commercial drug cultivation charge.

Beveridge, 39, of Korora appeared in the Coffs Harbour Local Court via audio visual link yesterday from the correctional centre he has been at since his arrest.

Charged with cultivating a commercial quantity of a prohibited drug, he is allegedly linked to an $18 million cannabis plantation, which police discovered near Dorrigo in January.

A brief on his case will be served to the local court on May 11 ahead of his next appearance.



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