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The surprise windfall came after staff at the Coop in Queens Road, Minster, found themselves with a store full of food which had to be disposed of.Co-op area manager Carly Muggivan denied rumours a leaking pipe forced the closure, saying: "It was planned maintenance which has taken longer than expected." But one person's disaster proved to be a blessing for others.
The farms guzzled more than £30,000 worth of free electricity a month while active because the gang tampered with the supply to avoid paying.But the quick action of the homeowner's son Alex Wozny - who was alerted by smoke alarms - in ripping down the curtains and taking them outside stopped the fire spreading to the family Christmas tree.Alex, 26, suffered minor burns to his hands and foot, and fire crews advised him to cool his wounds with water before getting checked out at hospital.Errand boy Andrew Prowse was jailed for two-and-a-half years after raking in more than £2,000 for carrying out 'gardening' tasks.
Drug addict Stuart Sollis, who helped to box up the pot at the warehouses, was also imprisoned for eight years.'Trusted associate' David Heath received a seven-year sentence.Scroll down for video (Pictured left to right) Terrance Murphy, Stephen Macey, Stefan-Alex Henderson Clarke, David Heath, Michael Edward Corcoran, Stephen Creed, Michael Jay Corcoran, David Graham, Christopher Marsh, Andrew Prowse, James Allen, Stuart Sollis, and Collin Wallis were jailed for their part in running a series of cannabis farms across Norfolk and Kent worth £50million The 14 defendants were crammed into the dock as Judge Anuja Dhir, QC condemned them to several years behind bars.