Police charge woman over drug supply at Guildford

A woman has been charged with serious drug offences in Guildford today.

In mid-2020, officers attached to Parramatta Police Area Command Detective’s office, commenced investigations into a 32-year-old woman’s alleged role in the supply and distribution of prohibited drugs across the Sydney Metropolitan area.

The investigation led police to execute a search warrant at a residential premise at Guildford this morning (Wednesday 3 December 2020).

During the search investigators found what is believed to be 215g of methylamphetamine, 44g of ecstasy pills (approximately 100), 21g of cocaine, 7g of heroin and $165,345 which is believed to be the proceeds of crime.

Investigators also seized a large quantity of fraudulent NSW driver’s licences and equipment used to create the fraudulent documents.

The 32-year-old woman was arrested and taken to Parramatta Police Station where she was charged with:

• Supply prohibited drug >indictable &

• Supply prohibited drug >small &

• Deal with property proceeds of crime => $100000-T1

• Possess identity info to commit etc indictable offence-T1

• Possess equipment etc make identity info >$2000-T2

The woman was refused bail to appear in Parramatta Local Court tomorrow (Friday 4 December 2020).

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