Firearm and drug charges at Ipswich

Four people have been charged with firearm and drug offences following the execution of search warrants at two locations in Ipswich yesterday (August 10).

At approximately 7.30am, police executed a search warrant at a Fassifern Street address at Peak Crossing where a quantity of cannabis, methylamphetamine and two firearms were allegedly located.

A short time later, a quantity of cannabis, methylamphetamine and a third firearm were allegedly located at a Jean Road address in Camira.

A 53-year-old Peaks Crossing man has been charged with two counts of possessing dangerous drugs, one count unlawful possession of a weapon and one count each of producing dangerous drugs, supplying dangerous drugs, possession of property suspected of being the proceeds of an offence, possessing anything for use in the commissioner of crime and receiving tainted property firearm/ammunition.

A 44-year-old Peaks Crossing woman has been charged with two counts possessing dangerous drugs and one count each of producing and supplying dangerous drugs.

A 29-year-old Peaks Crossing man has been charged with one count each of unlawful possession of a weapon, receiving tainted property firearm/ammunition and authority to possess explosives.

A 33-year-old Camira man has been charged with two counts unlawful possession of a weapon, three counts possession of dangerous drugs and one count each of authority required to possess utensils and possess explosives.

All persons charged have been refused police bail and are expected to appear in Ipswich Magistrates Court today (August11).

Anyone with information regarding illegal firearms or drugs should contact crime stoppers.


Firearm and drug charges

Firearm and drug charges

Firearm and drug charges

Firearm and drug charges

If you have information for police, contact Policelink by providing information using the online suspicious activity form 24hrs per day at www.police.qld.gov.au/reporting or call 131 444.

Report crime information anonymously via Crime Stoppers. Call 1800 333 000 or report online at www.crimestoppersqld.com.au.

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