Meth of $ 1.4 million and a huge amount of weapons caught in police raids – while officers arrest a so-called Hells Angel bicycle
- Alleged & # 39; Hells Angel bikie & # 39; was accused of owning and trading in drugs
- The police have seized a vehicle that is believed to have transported drugs from NSW to QLD
- They quickly invaded two addresses where they found more drugs and weapons
A huge $ 1.44 m meth flight and a cache of weapons were seized when the police sued a suspected Hells Angel bikie with drug supplies and human trafficking.
Officers seized the 67-year-old vehicle as he drove from Sydney to gold before discovering the drugs hidden in the suitcase.
Meth, cannabis and firearms were discovered later when the police invaded a home on the Gold Coast.
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Police discovered 12 kg of meth work estimated at $ 1.44 m, along with cannabis after a robbery
Officers arrested and accused of a man they claim is an employee of the Hells Angels cyclists
A man has been accused of having a dangerous drug on Schedule 1, trafficking in dangerous drugs, and possession of things used for a violation.
He will appear in the Southport Magistrates Court on Wednesday.
Acting Inspector Jacquelyn McLeod said: “Detectives from the Gold Coast's major organized crime group will continue to work with our partner agencies to detect cross-border organized crime syndicates targeting the Gold Coast Community.
& # 39; Together we continue to proactively target those involved in the illegal delivery and production of dangerous drugs within our community & # 39 ;.
Police major crime soldiers seized a cache of weapons and drugs in the various buildings