A SHETLAND woman is being kept in jail after her second court appearance following the discovery of one of the biggest cannabis farms ever found in the isles.
Rachel Alice Holmes, aged 31, of 9 Burgadale, Brae, was arrested on 16 June after a drugs raid on her home.
Reappearing in private from custody at Lerwick Sheriff Court on Friday, Holmes continued to make no plea or declaration and was remanded once again while she is committed for trial.
At the time of her arrest, police said the cannabis plants had a potential street value of £30,000.
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