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Puppy farmer pleads guilty to drug, weapons offence

A WILLOWBANK man whose property was raided over concerns he was operating a puppy farm has appeared in court.

French Bulldog breeder Haris Ljuhar, 39, pleaded guilty on Thursday in Ipswich Magistrates Court to drug and weapon offences stemming from the raid on December 21, 2015.

Police located three weapons, drug paraphernalia and restricted medication during the raid.

RSPCA Inspectors also seized four dogs and two puppies in relation to ear cropping and tail docking offences.

Magistrate Stuart Shearer fined Ljuhar $2000 and convictions for all offences were recorded.

Topics:  court, farmer, guilty, ipswich, property, puppy, willowbank




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