Five men appear in court in connection with Northampton cannabis farm

The five men face 12 counts in total between them.
The five men face 12 counts in total between them.
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Five men have appeared in Northampton Crown Court today (March 3) in connection with a large-scale cannabis farm discovered in a police raid last month.

All five were charged with producing class B drugs at the house in Church Street, Crick, where hundreds of plants were found.

Besmir Plaka, 28, and Martin Fejzullau, 19, were also charged with two counts of possessing false identity documents, while Endrit Asllani, 24, was charged with three counts of the same offence.

Aurel Gjini, 23, and Bruno Vishkulli, 19, were charged with producing class B drugs.

The defendants gave no indication of plea and were remanded in custody. Proceedings were adjourned until March 10 due to the absence of an Albanian translator.