Suspected drug dealers broke after their meth lab was set on fire and they were forced to call Triple 0.
After the fire went out in Kogarah's house in September 2018, the police found themselves in a clandestine laboratory.
A probe was launched by the National Anti-Gangs Squad of Victoria and NSW under Strike Force Sonivir to investigate the alleged syndicate.
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An alleged drug syndicate was discovered by the police after the emergency services discovered a clandestine drug laboratory when they were summoned for a suspicious house fire at the end of 2018
The lab was discovered in September 2018, but arrests did not take place until February and May 2019, allegedly uncovering drugs, money, vehicles, jewelry and luxury vehicles.
In February, a 60-year-old man was arrested and charged with 16 crimes.
The costs include participating in the production of large quantities of prohibited merchandise, consciously dealing with the proceeds of crime and supplying prohibited drugs.
The man was refused the deposit and will reappear on 3 June in the Sutherland Local Court.
On May 7, a 27-year-old man was arrested at a unit in Ryde and a search warrant was executed, reportedly the police seized prohibited drugs, $ 70,000 cash, two vehicles, three motorcycles, jewelry, and four luxury watches.
He was accused of participating in the production of large quantities of prohibited merchandise, participating in the delivery of commercial quantities of prohibited drugs, and participating criminal group contributing criminal activities.
He was refused the deposit and will then reappear at Burwood Local Court on Wednesday, July 3, 2019.
After further investigation, the police arrested a 24-year-old woman during a car stop on Samantha Riley Drive, Kellyville, on Tuesday around 5.15 am (photo)
After further investigation, the police arrested a Tuesday 24-year-old woman during a car stop on Samantha Riley Drive, Kellyville, at around 5.15 am.
Shortly thereafter, detectives arrested a 25-year-old man in a house in Acacia Gardens and a 20-year-old man in the unit complex in Blacktown.
The series of arrests came after Strike Force Sonivir agents carried out search commands at Acacia Gardens, Kellyville, Blacktown, Kellyville Ridge, Glenwood and a home in Sussex Street, Sydney.
Officers would have found a firearm, 676 grams of ice, 2 kg of MDMA, five luxury vehicles, paraphernalia for drugs, and a Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
The man from Acacia Gardens was accused of a direct criminal group, manufactured banned drugs, delivered large commercial amounts of banned drugs, delivered commercial amounts of banned drugs and deliberately acted with proceeds of crime.
The Kellyville woman was accused of supplying large commercial prohibited drugs, supplied commercial amounts of prohibited drugs, participated in a criminal group, consciously dealt with the proceeds of crime and possession of tablet press.
The woman's car was also seized after she was arrested in Kellyville in the early morning hours of Tuesday morning
In the meantime, the Blacktown man has been accused of owning an unregistered pistol, holding ammunition without a license, not keeping a firearm safe, delivering large commercial quantities of prohibited drugs, delivering commercial quantities of prohibited drugs and knowingly taking part in criminal groups.
Police claim the two men and women were part of a syndicate that produced and supplied prohibited drugs, including MDMA, & # 39; ice & # 39; and cocaine.
It is also claimed that the 25-year-old man was involved in the production of drugs in the Kogarah properties before a fire broke out last year.
The 20-year-old man was refused on bail to appear at Blacktown Local Court on Wednesday.
The 25-year-old man and the 24-year-old woman were refused on release to appear on Tuesday at Blacktown Local Court.
They were both formally refused to appear on bail at the same court on Thursday, July 25, 2019.
A total of four people were arrested in Sydney for the alleged drug syndicate, with a number of assets seized in raids including a Harley Davidson motorcycle
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