Police arrest man after intercept at St Albans

Brimbank Divisional Response Unit detectives have charged a man following a routine intercept that uncovered a large quantity of drugs.

Keilor Downs police patrolling in St Albans about 7pm on 30 September intercepted a vehicle on Vincent Avenue.

A subsequent search of the car uncovered an alleged large commercial quantity of Methylamphetamines, MDMA, ammunition, imitation firearms, a pistol and firearms parts.

The driver, a 41-year-old man, was arrested and further search warrants were executed at properties in Cairnlea and St Albans where police located approximately $300,000 in cash.

The St Albans man has been charged with traffick commercial quantity methyl amphetamine, traffick MDMA, possess handgun, possess cartridge ammunition, possess prohibited weapon and possess imitation firearm.

He will appear before Melbourne Magistrates’ court this evening.

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