A TEENAGER caught with a £115,000 cannabis farm in two flats was jailed on Friday for 16 months.

Dionis Geshteja, then 19, was snared at the flat above in Glasgow's Woodlands on May 17, 2023.

The city's Sheriff Court heard a warrant was granted earlier that day and police forced entry.

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Prosecutor Mark Allan said: "It became evident that there was a cannabis cultivation within.

"There was ducting on the ceilings and tarpaulin on the walls.

"There was a hole in the hall cupboard ceiling which led to the flat above it.

"This was accessed and also found to contain growing and drying areas for cannabis."

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Geshteja was also found in the above flat following the search.

Mr Allan said: "Bedrooms were observed to be adapted for growing cannabis plants or containing massive amounts of debris and rubbish connected with cultivating cannabis."

Other drug production paraphernalia was also discovered.

Geshteja cautioned and he told officers that he was an Albanian national.

Mr Allan said: "A count of the plants in the two flats showed there were 192 in total.

"They were valued at £600 each making the total value in the region of £115,200."

Geshteja pleaded guilty in December last year to producing a controlled drug.