Superintendent Christopher Phillips, head of operations for the Clarendon Police
The security forces made another dent in the drugs for guns trade on Friday after destroying 10 acres of ganja in Rosewell, Clarendon.
Superintendent Christopher Phillips, head of operations for the Clarendon Police, told Radio Jamaica News that investigators used technology to locate the property then proceeded to destroy the ganja in a joint police/military operation.
He said two pumps and several drip holes were seized.
Several men reportedly ran from the location.
According to Superintendent Phillips, the drugs for guns trade is among the many challenges facing Clarendon. Therefore, he said the police aim to "target and disrupt the supply chain by destroying these ganja fields."