NSW Police arrest three men after seizing drugs and $645,000 cash


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More than half a million dollars of cash and methylamphetamine have been seized after NSW police busted a drug ring and arrested three men.

A 33-year-old Sydney man was arrested at a Little Bay house on March 31 and charged with two counts of supplying large commercial quantities of a prohibited drug and dealing with proceeds of crime.

Officers searching the house allegedly found more than $46,000 cash and a money-counting machine — and claim the Finks bikie associate was in August 2019 involved in the supply of 20kg of ice and 4.9kg of heroin.

He appeared at Central Local Court on March 31 and will return to court on June 1.

Another two men, aged 49 and 32, were also charged after police on the Central Coast stopped their cars, allegedly finding more than $168,000 in cash, 2kg of ice and prohibited drugs believed to be MDMA.

Police also searched the 49-year-old’s Hurstville unit where they allegedly located 2.5kg of cocaine, 2.5kg of methylamphetamine and more than $431,000 cash.

Police will allege he was involved in the supply of cocaine, methylamphetamine and MDMA across NSW and charged him with five counts of supplying a prohibited drug and dealing with proceeds of crime.

The 32-year-old man was charged with dealing with proceeds of crime.

Both men were refused bail to appear at Newcastle Local Court on Friday.

A 26-year-old woman who was in the car with the 49-year-old man was also arrested but released pending further investigation.


The Indian Telegraphhttps://theindiantelegraph.com.au/
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