Drug and trafficking arrests – Brisbane

Detectives from the Major and Organised Crime Squad, Brisbane have arrested two people as part of an ongoing operation targeting drug-related offences including trafficking, Queensland Police say.

On Tuesday, April 3, detectives executed two search warrants in the Newstead and Teneriffe area as a result of an ongoing investigation, Operation Papa Rosewood.

Since November 2017, investigations have resulted in the seizure of approximately
7.3 kilograms of MDMA (ecstasy)—equalling around 24,000 tablets with an estimated street value of up to $1 million—as a result of a search warrant executed in Albion late last year.

A 32-year-old man and 25-year-old woman are charged with drug-related offences including trafficking in MDMA. The woman has also been charged with trafficking in Cocaine.

The pair are due to appear in the Brisbane Magistrates Court today, April 4.

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