Police have charged a man and woman after allegedly locating a quantity of dangerous drugs, weapons and cash at Biggera Waters this morning, Queensland Police say.
Around 11am, Gold Coast detectives executed a search warrant at a private residence on Cawthray Street, where they allegedly located more than 50 grams of methamphetamine, GHB, two conductive energy weapons, knives, around $10,000 cash and other drug utensils.
A 32-year-old Biggera Waters man has now been charged with two counts each of possessing dangerous drugs and possessing a weapon and one count each of possessing utensils and possessing tainted property.
A 36-year-old Biggera Waters woman has now been charged with two counts each of possessing dangerous drugs and possessing a weapon and one count each of possessing utensils, possessing property suspected of being proceeds of an offence and unlawful possession of a motor vehicle.
Both are scheduled to appear at the Southport Magistrates Court tomorrow, Thursday October 18.
Detective Inspector Brendan Smith of the Gold Coast’s Northern Crime Group said; “Today’s action demonstrates our commitment to stop those who supply dangerous drugs. Offenders need to change their behaviour or expect police to come through their door at any time, day or night”.
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