Three men have fronted Griffith local court over charges relating to a multi-million dollar drug bust near Leeton earlier in the year.
Griffith LAC uncovered the 5.5 million worth of cannabis on a Colinroobie farm last February. They have since been charged with cultivating a commercial quantity of cannabis.
Kenneth Hunter-Boyd, aged 80, was committed for sentencing early next year.
Savenro Marando, aged 47, has been committed for trial at this stage.
Police from Strike Force Elkmont, which included officers from Griffith Local Area Command in conjunction with Strike Force Hyperion from the SCC Drug Squad uncovered the cannabis in February after executing a crime scene warrant at a farm at Colinroobie.
Their co-accused Pasquale Romeo, aged 54, also appeared in court.
Strike force officers attended the farm on Males Road, Colinroobie just to to the north of Leeton.
During the search, officers say they seized in excess of 2500 cannabis plants, two shot guns, two rifles, ammunition and a sum of cash.
The raid made national headlines back in February, even rating a mention in the 2017 true crime book The Griffith Wars.
In February 2017 three men were charged over a $5.5 million cannabis crops crop on a farm at Colinroobie, about 25 kilometres east of Griffith. Has Griffith’s past become its future?- Terry Jones, The Griffith Wars
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