Attributable to Detective Senior Sergeant Ciaran Sloan
Marlborough Police have arrested four people and disrupted a methamphetamine network after executing search warrants in Picton and Koromiko yesterday.
Police targeted three addresses, recovering methamphetamine, cannabis and stolen property, including electrical power tools.
Of the four people arrested and charged:
A 53-year-old Koromiko man faces 13 charges of supplying methamphetamine and five charges of conspiracy to deal methamphetamine;
A 56-year-old Koromiko woman faces 18 charges of supplying methamphetamine and two charges of conspiracy to deal methamphetamine;
A 37-year-old Picton man faces 10 charges of supplying methamphetamine;
A 26-year-old Picton man faces 13 charges of supplying methamphetamine.
They were expected to appear in the Blenheim District Court today.
Marlborough Police will continue to investigate and target drug dealers who peddle their misery into our community.
Police want to remind people that we rely on the public to help stamp out this offending, by supplying information to us to help form a picture of what’s happening in our communities.
You may feel like the information you have is not significant, however, it could be the missing piece of the puzzle Police need to put offenders before the court.
Information can be passed to Police via 105 by phone on online, or alternatively information can be provided anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or online at www.crimestoppers-nz.org