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Loretta Robinson, (photo), was arrested Friday at her home in Hurstville, in the south of Sydney

The VERY improbable face of the ice crisis in Australia: animal-loving grandmother, 68, is accused of living a double life as a drug arms trader who sells meth from her humble home in Sydney

  • Loretta Robinson, 68, was arrested Friday at her home in Hurstville, NSW
  • The police allegedly seized cannabis, meth and a gun during the raid
  • Three-year-old grandmother is accused of performing a meth operation at home
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A grandmother who loves animals is accused of having performed an extensive meth operation from home.

Loretta Robinson, 68, was arrested Friday at her home in Hurstville, southern Sydney, with police reportedly confiscating cannabis, methylamfetamine and a gun.

Police guard units were set up around the grandmother's house where officers visited people to buy drugs, the police claim.

Loretta Robinson, (photo), was arrested Friday at her home in Hurstville, in the south of Sydney

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Loretta Robinson, (photo), was arrested Friday at her home in Hurstville, in the south of Sydney

A taser, cell phones, and scales were also claimed by the police during her arrest.

The grandmother of the three caught the attention of the police during an investigation into the drug supply in the St George region in August, police said.

Robinson was charged with two counts for delivering a forbidden drug, nine counts for owning an illegal drug and possessing an unauthorized firearm.

She has also been accused of being an owner who knowingly permits the use of drugs and recklessly handles the proceeds of crime.

During her arrest, the police allegedly seized cannabis, methylamfetamine and a gun on the Hurstville site

During her arrest, the police allegedly seized cannabis, methylamfetamine and a gun on the Hurstville site

During her arrest, the police allegedly seized cannabis, methylamfetamine and a gun on the Hurstville site

Robinson received charges, including possession of an illegal drug and possession of an unauthorized firearm
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Robinson received charges, including possession of an illegal drug and possession of an unauthorized firearm

Robinson received charges, including possession of an illegal drug and possession of an unauthorized firearm

Robinson was refused bail after appearing at the local court of Sutherland and will reappear on September 19.

Despite the fact that the police believe that Robinson is an extensive medication operation, her Facebook account paints the image of a family-oriented animal lover.

She regularly posts photos with her grandchildren and dog Rocky, and publishes updates about lost animals.

The grandmother of three (photo) was refused on bail and will appear on September 19 at the local court of Sutherland
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The grandmother of three (photo) was refused on bail and will appear on September 19 at the local court of Sutherland

The grandmother of three (photo) was refused on bail and will appear on September 19 at the local court of Sutherland

Robinson regularly places photos on her Facebook account of animals and her dog Rocky

Robinson regularly places photos on her Facebook account of animals and her dog Rocky

Robinson regularly places photos on her Facebook account of animals and her dog Rocky

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