A man has admitted operating a cannabis farm from a house.
Indrit Drita, 27, was snared at the property in Glasgow’s Maryhill in February this year with up to £68,000 worth of plants.
Police officers seized 115 plants and a further two freezer bags of cannabis in a morning raid.
On Tuesday, Drita pleaded guilty at Glasgow Sheriff Court to producing cannabis and having a false identity document.
The court heard officers forced entry to the property on Maryhill Road and found Drita in bed.
He told officers he knew little English but gave them his name and date of birth.
Dirta was taken into custody to be quizzed while officers searched the house.
A total of 55 plants were recovered from the ground floor of the property while 54 were found on the first floor.
A further six plants were seized on the second floor as well as 65g of cannabis in two freezer bags.
A driving licence with the name ‘Nicolae Loan’ was found in a wallet as well as £1150 in cash.
Drita told officers he was the sole occupant and was unable to explain why the driving licence was at the house.
Prosecutor Mark Allan said: “Officers were later able to advise that the approximate value for the controlled drugs found were between £2800 and £68,400.”
Sheriff Ian Fleming deferred sentence until next month for background reports and continued Drita’s remand in custody meantime.