This morning police charged a woman in relation to yesterday's drug bust in Alfredton.
Members from Ballarat's Divisional Response Unit charged the Vietnamese woman in the early hours of this morning with cultivation, trafficking and possession of a commercial quantity of cannabis, theft and other charges.
It is understood the woman could not speak English and required an interpreter to speak with investigators.
She was remanded in custody and appear at the Ballarat Magistrates Court later today.
Police are still seeking to speak with a man seen leaving the Leicester Court home late on Tuesday night, when police first arrived.
Ballarat City Fire Station responded to no incidents overnight. Staff say it is a quiet time of year, especially since the worst of the winter house fire season has passed, but have urged Ballarat residents to remain vigilant.
Fire crews say spring is a great time to tidy up around the house, remove any overgrown vegetation and other fuels which could prove disastrous come the warmer months.
Ambulance Victoria report a quiet night for Ballarat - just don't say it out loud.
Spokesman John Mullen said "never mention the 'q' word" - just in case something happens later on.
"I'm not sure about medical transfers, but trauma-wise, it's been pretty quiet," he said.
Today's weather is expected to be cloudy, but temperatures shouldn't drop to the extreme depths they were a few weeks ago.
Ballarat is expecting a maximum temperature of 18 degrees.
Winds will be light, blowing west to north west, ranging between 15 to 20 km/h.
There will be rain at times beginning during the late morning, then easing to a light shower this evening.
The UV outlook is moderate between 10.10am and 2.40pm.
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