Police charge man after drugs seized in Drysdale

Geelong Crime Investigation Unit detectives have charged a man after drugs were allegedly seized in Drysdale yesterday.

Officers were called to a shop in Hancock Street after reports a man was seen with what appeared to be a firearm about 5pm on 12 October.

No threats were made and the man left the premises.

A 48-year-old Drysdale man was arrested at a residential property in Elgin Street shortly afterwards.

Police searched the property where it is alleged a small cannabis crop was located and seized.

The Drysdale man was charged with cultivating cannabis and possess cannabis.

He was bailed to appear at the Geelong Magistrates Court today.

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