Newspaper article The Observer (Gladstone, Australia)

Chook House Dope for Ill Wife

Newspaper article The Observer (Gladstone, Australia)

Chook House Dope for Ill Wife

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Byline: Ross Irby Ross.Irby@gladstoneobserver.com.au

DONNA Warry has suffered through many years of debilitating pain following accidents and ill health that left her with metal plates inserted in her body.

Pain killers hadn't helped and husband Wayne Warry grew cannabis for her to smoke in an apparent act of love, duty and care.

Police prosecutor Gavin Reece said police raided their Tannum Sands home and cannabis totalling 479.5 grams was found in various amounts, 5.3 grams, 4 grams, 3.3 grams, scattered in different rooms including kitchen and laundry.

Mr Reece said 1.4 grams of chopped cannabis was on a plate, and 34 cannabis plants had been growing in a chicken coop. But when Mr Reece said 8.5 grams of cannabis was in a washing machine, Donna Warry called out: "no, that was tea, came out of a tea bag". Wayne Warry, 63, Reserves coach of Tannum Sands Seagulls rugby league team, pleaded guilty to a series of charges including production and supply of dangerous drugs on February 24; having property used in drug offences; and possession of two weapons, a Taser and a semi-automatic rifle. …

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