- Cawarral grandfather Grant William Morris is no stranger to the Rockhampton courts system, nor is he a stranger to the charges of cultivating marijuana.
- On Friday he fronted the Rockhampton District Court facing one charge each of producing a dangerous drug, possessing items used in connection to the production of a dangerous drug, and possession of dangerous drugs, to which he pleaded guilty on all counts.
- It was accepted by the court that in October 2019, police found at his residence, a semi-sophisticated cultivation system hosting cannabis plants, as well as 7g of processed cannabis in his pantry.
- In 2011 Morris was sentenced to four years jail after he was found tending to a farm-type production of 26 cannabis plants, with a combined weight of about 25kg.
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