A MAN has appeared in court charged with cultivating more than 11 kilos of cannabis at a St Helens property.
William Samuel Davies, 39, is accused of cultivating tens of thousands of pounds worth of the class B drug at a house on Poplar Avenue, Eccleston.
Davies also stands accused of possession of 11.8kg of cannabis. Both offences are dated April 18 this year.
Appearing before St Helens Magistrates’ Court last week, he was not required to enter a plea.
Davies, of Halsey Crescent, West Derby, Liverpool, is due back before St Helens Magistrates on November 17 - when his case is due to be committed to Liverpool Crown Court.
He was granted unconditional bail.