Two men charged over drug supply- Strike Force Terko, NSW

Two men have been charged as part of an ongoing investigation into the alleged use and distribution of prohibited drugs within the Griffith Local Area Command, NSW Police say.

Strike Force Kookora and Strike Force Terko was established by officers from Griffith Local Area Command in April 2016 to investigate the supply of methyl amphetamine and MDMA.

About 6.00am today, police executed two search warrants at homes within the Griffith Local Area Command.

During the search they allegedly located and seized cash, MDMA, methylamphetamine and cannabis.

One of the men aged 22 – was arrested at Griffith and taken to Griffith Police Station where he was charged with nine offences relating to the supply of prohibited quantities of Methlyamphetamine and MDMA and Conspiracy to supply a Commercial amount of MDMA.

He was bail refused to appear at Griffith Local Court today and was granted conditional bail to reappear at Griffith Local Court on Wednesday 17 August 2016.

The second man, aged 22 was arrested in Dubbo and taken to Dubbo Police Station where he was charged with 17 offences relating to the supply of cannabis and the supply of indictable quantities of Methamphetamine and MDMA allegedly on an ongoing basis. He was further charged with Conspiracy to supply a Commercial quantity of MDMA.

He was bail refused to appear at Dubbo Local Court today and was granted conditional bail to reappear at Griffith Local Court on Wednesday 12 October 2016.

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