Cannabis cooking gran Patricia Tabram will have to wait to find out if she will face court.

Mrs Tabram answered bail at Hexham police station, in Northumberland, after being arrested on suspicion of cultivating cannabis.

Police raided her home in East Lea, Humshaugh, near Hexham, last week and recovered four 4ft cannabis plants.

The grandmother-of-two was arrested on suspicion of cultivating cannabis and given bail.

In April, Mrs Tabram received a sixth-month prison sentence suspended for two years and was warned she faced jail if she committed another offence after she admitted possessing cannabis with intent to supply.

"I realise I am going to go to prison," Mrs Tabram said earlier this week.

A police spokesman confirmed that a 66-year-old woman had been interviewed and bailed.