Drug trafficking at Tully

A 30-year-old Tully resident has been charged with several drug-related offences following the closure of Operation Pickett.

The two-month-long operation targeted the man who was allegedly trafficking MDMA, LSD and cannabis in Tully.

Detectives from the Tully Criminal Investigation Branch led a search at the man’s Black Street property on Friday which allegedly uncovered around 12 grams of MDMA, 70 MDMA gel capsules, nearly 400 LSD tablets and almost $17,000 cash. Cannabis, including a hydroponic setup, was also allegedly located.

The 30-year-old Tully resident faced Innisfail Magistrates Court on Saturday charged with five counts of supplying dangerous drugs, four counts of possessing dangerous drugs and one count each of possession of property suspected of being the proceeds of an offence and possessing utensils.

He was also charged with producing and trafficking dangerous drugs.

The man is due to appear again in Innisfail Magistrates Court on July 16.


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