Detectives from the Southern Investigations Division have seized 100 grams of methamphetamine in Alice Springs.
Detective Senior Sergeant Peter Malley said a 36-year-old male was arrested yesterday following a search warrant on a property in Sadadeen, Northern Territory Police say.
“Police found methamphetamine, cannabis, drug paraphernalia and $12,000 in cash,” he said.
The man was charged with:
- Possess schedule 1 dangerous drug (commercial)
- Supply schedule 1 dangerous drug (commercial)
- Possess cannabis
- Possess schedule 4 substance
- Possess thing to administer drug (x2)
- Possess property – commissioner of an offence
- Breach of bail
He was remanded in custody to appear in the Alice Springs Local Court today.
“We are very happy to have removed a significant amount of methamphetamine off the streets of Alice Springs. This drug takes a significant toll on our community, often with devastating effects.
“If you suspect anyone of dealing methamphetamine, we urge you to contact police on 131 444 or make an anonymous report to Crime Stoppers.