Australia: Three years jail for workers involved in $100m cannabis crop in Isis Central, Qld

ABC News Australia reports

Two men charged over their role in growing cannabis plants on a property at Isis have each been sentenced to three years in jail.

Duy Khanh Bui, 30, and Simon Tran, 51, appeared together in the Bundaberg District Court on Thursday, charged with one count each of producing a dangerous drug, cannabis.

They both pleaded guilty.

Detectives from the Drug and Serious Crime Group, Bundaberg and Childers police raided the property at Isis Central, 400 kilometres north of Brisbane, in October 2022.

Crown prosecutor Ryan Minuti on Thursday told the court the two men had been recruited with 12 others from across Australia for farm work.

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