& # 39; I don't really appreciate this & # 39 ;: got Bondi & # 39; cocaine dealer & # 39; COMPLAINTS while she was arrested on suspicion of delivering drugs – before a police officer slaps her with an incredible comeback
- The police launched a series of drug raids throughout Sydney in the last three weeks
- The woman protested while an officer led her handcuffs to a paddy car
- She said: & # 39; I don't really appreciate this & # 39; before the policeman closed her
- & # 39; Well, you shouldn't be involved in drug assistance then you should do that? & # 39; he said
This is the moment when a suspected cocaine worker complained while being arrested in the prosperous eastern suburbs of Sydney.
The woman protested when an officer led her handcuffs to a paddy car in Bondi two weeks ago.
She said: & # 39; I don't really appreciate this & # 39; before the policeman silenced her by answering & # 39; well, you shouldn't be involved in drug assistance then you should do that? & # 39;
The woman (left) protested when an officer brought her handcuffs to a paddy car in Bondi, Sydney last weekend
The investigation focused on the prosperous eastern suburbs of Sydney, with cars stopped and searched
The woman was arrested after the police stopped a white Kia on Bondi Road on Saturday May 11 around 7 p.m.
The police searched the car and found more than $ 22,000 cash hidden in envelopes in the front glove compartment and trunk.
Agents also seized illegal drugs that were thought to be cocaine and cannabis in a hidden compartment, cell phones and documents.
The 30-year-old female driver and the 26-year-old female passenger were arrested and charged with drug delivery.
The couple received a conditional deposit to appear at Waverley Local Court on Tuesday, June 11, 2019.
The robbery was part of a series of drug busts made by the police this month.
Fifty-five people were charged after police investigated cocaine supply in the prosperous eastern suburbs of Sydney
The raid resulted in 55 people being charged after the investigation into the supply of cocaine and other drugs in Sydney
Officers grabbed more than 290 g of cocaine, 13 g of MDMA – also known as ecstasy – 110 g of cananbis and $ 63,000 in cash after six night surveys in the prosperous eastern suburbs of the city
Fifty-five people have been charged with targeted investigations into the supply and distribution of cocaine and illegal drugs throughout Sydney.
The raids took place on six nights during three weeks in May.
The police seized more than 290 g of cocaine, 13 g of MDMA, 110 g of cannabis and $ 63,000 in cash.
They charged 28 people with drug assistance and charged 27 people with drug possession.
Redfern Region Enforcement Squad Commander, Detective Chief Inspector Stuart Bell, said the arrests are evidence of the hard work of the police.
A black BMW was stopped and searched in Paddington on May 11, with 17 g of cocaine and $ 4,200 cash on the inside.
A 29-year-old woman driving a BMW was accused of drug offenses
Fifty-five people were charged with targeted police investigations into the cocaine market in Sydney
& # 39; Strike Force Northrop detectives will continue to investigate and target people in the community who continue to participate in illegal drug-related activities, & # 39; said Insp Bell.
& # 39; These illegal substances are incredibly dangerous and we will do everything we can to remove them from the streets of Sydney.
& # 39; The police no longer want to see drug-related deaths and it is disappointing to see so many people endangering the lives of others through the sale and distribution of these drugs.
& # 39; If someone in the community has information about banned drug delivery, contact Crime Stoppers immediately, & # 39; said Insp Bell.
Several cars were stopped and searched during the investigation
& # 39; These illegal substances are incredibly dangerous and we will do everything we can to remove them from the streets of Sydney & # 39 ;, Bell said.
During the operation, officers seized more than 290 g of cocaine, 13 g of MDMA, 110 g of cannabis and $ 63,000 in cash
Detective Chief Inspector Stuart Bell said the investigation was still ongoing
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