Sydney police arrested three people and seized nearly A$47 in methamphetamine
On Wednesday, the NSW police seized nearly A$8 in cash and meth, weighing more than 600 grams, and valued at nearly A$47 on the black market after conducting searches on homes and businesses in multiple districts of Sydney. Three people were arrested and charged.
According to news from the Australian News Agency, the police raided several residential houses in Croydon, Homebush, and Lugarno at 11 am that day, as well as a house in Homebush. Shops. It is believed that the police seized a total of more than 620 grams of methamphetamine, with a black market valuation of approximately A$46.5.
The police also found 7.8 Australian dollars in cash, 170 grams of marijuana, 290 grams of unknown powder, anabolic steroids, prescription drugs and contraband, as well as equipment for synthesizing illegal drugs. Some drugs were allegedly hidden in a bottle of HEDY drink. The police also confiscated multiple mobile phones, electronic storage devices and documents.
In this assault, a 44-year-old woman was arrested at her home in Croydon. The police charged him with 16 crimes, including 11 crimes of supplying an indictable quantity of drugs, two crimes of supplying a commercial quantity of drugs, possession of illegal drugs and handling of illegal proceeds.
Police said the woman was suspected of participating in the supply of nearly 5 grams of methamphetamine worth 8 Australian dollars from May to August this year. The woman appeared in court on Thursday and was refused bail.
At the same time, a 28-year-old man in Homebush was arrested and taken to the Auburn Police Station. The police accused him of supplying indictable quantities of drugs. The man has been released on bail and will appear in Burwood court on October 10.
The third suspect arrested is a 24-year-old man who lives in Lagano. He was charged with three counts of possession of drugs. The man will appear in the Downing Central Local Court on November 11.
In May last year, the police in Surry Hills set up a special task force to combat illicit drugs, mainly to investigate the supply of methamphetamine, commonly known as "meth," in Sydney.