REVEALED: The incredibly simple tactics agents that were used to control the & # 39; dial-a-dealer cocaine empire & # 39; from Sydney and arrest 55 people against drug charges in the prosperous east of the city
- The police launched a series of drug raids throughout Sydney in the last three weeks
- Simple clothing officers arrested 55 suspected traders and customers in the east
- They arrested the alleged guilty in the old-fashioned way – with undercover agents
A cocaine was knocked down by young police officers who simply looked at deals in the rich streets of East Sydney.
During a massive three-week operation this month, the police arrested 55 suspected dealers and customers.
Instead of using modern technology, they caught the alleged guilty in the old-fashioned way – with undercover agents waiting on the street to deposit.
This woman (left) protested while an officer led her handcuffs to a paddy car in Bondi
Fifty-five people were charged after police investigated cocaine supply in the prosperous eastern suburbs of Sydney
& # 39; It was all about observation, & # 39; Inspector Stuart Bell, Chief Inspector, against the Daily telegram.
& # 39; We did not use media platforms, it was just a proactive operation in which enthusiastic young officers went out and targeted the criminals who supplied drugs.
& # 39; It is thanks to the tremendous work of the young officers who were out there to identify drug transactions and respond to what happened. & # 39;
The police said they are now crawling through the phones of suspicious dealers and searching their contacts to track down their customers.
They will send a message to customers with the message: & # 39; Your telephone number is in a cocaine test. If you have information about this, contact the police or CrimeStoppers. & # 39;
The raids took place on six nights during three weeks in May.
The investigation focused on the prosperous eastern suburbs of Sydney, with cars stopped and searched
The police seized more than 290 g of cocaine, 13 g of MDMA, 110 g of cannabis and $ 63,000 in cash. On the photo: people who were arrested during the raids
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.
Many of the suspected dealers were women in their twenties.
One police video shows the moment when a suspected cocaine company complained about the fact that he was arrested.
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 raids resulted in 55 people being charged after the investigation into the supply of cocaine and other drugs in Sydney
During the operation, officers seized more than 290 g of cocaine, 13 g of MDMA, 110 g of cannabis and $ 63,000 in cash
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