Alleged drug dealers were busted after their meth lab caught fire and they were forced to call Triple 0.
After the fire was extinguished at the Kogarah home, in September 2018, police located a clandestine laboratory.
A probe was launched by the National Anti-Gangs Squad from Victoria and NSW under Strike Force Sonivir to investigate the suspected syndicate.
An alleged drug syndicate was uncovered by police after emergency services discovered a clandestine drug lab when they were called out to a suspicious house fire in late 2018
The lab was discovered in September of 2018 but arrests did not take place until February and May of 2019 allegedly uncovering drugs, cash, vehicles, jewellery and luxury vehicles
In February a 60-year-old man was arrested and charged with 16 offences.
The charges include taking part in the manufacture of large commercial quantity of prohibited drug, knowingly deal with proceeds of crime and supply prohibited drug.
The man was refused bail and is due to re-appear at Sutherland Local Court on June 3.
On May 7 a 27-year-old man was arrested at a unit in Ryde and a search warrant executed, police allegedly seized prohibited drugs, $70,000 cash, two vehicles, three motorbikes, jewellery and four luxury watches.
He was charged with take part in manufacture of large commercial quantity of prohibited drug, take part in supply of commercial quantity of prohibited drug and participate criminal group contribute criminal activity.
He was refused bail and is next due to re-appear at Burwood Local Court on Wednesday 3 July 2019.
Following further investigations, police arrested a 24-year-old woman during a vehicle stop on Samantha Riley Drive, Kellyville, at about 5.15am on Tuesday (pictured)
Following further investigations, police arrested a 24-year-old woman during a vehicle stop on Samantha Riley Drive, Kellyville, at about 5.15am on Tuesday.
Shortly after, detectives arrested a 25-year-old man at a home in Acacia Gardens and a 20-year-old man at unit complex in Blacktown.
The series of arrests came after officers from Strike Force Sonivir executed search warrants in Acacia Gardens, Kellyville, Blacktown, Kellyville Ridge, Glenwood and a property in Sussex Street, Sydney.
Officers allegedly located a firearm, 676g of ‘ice’, 2kg of MDMA, five luxury vehicles, drug paraphernalia, and a Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
The Acacia Gardens man was charged with direct criminal group, manufacture prohibited drugs, supply large commercial quantity of prohibited drugs, supply commercial quantity of prohibited drugs, and knowingly deal with proceeds of crime.
The Kellyville woman was charged with supply large commercial prohibited drugs, supply commercial quantity prohibited drugs, participate in criminal group, knowingly deal with proceeds of crime, and possession of tablet press.
The woman’s car was also seized after she was arrested in the early hours of Tuesday morning in Kellyville
Meanwhile the Blacktown man was charged with possess unregistered pistol, possess ammunition without licence/permit, not keep firearm safely, supply large commercial quantity of prohibited drug, supply commercial quantity of prohibited drug and knowingly participate in criminal group.
Police allege the two men and woman were part of a syndicate that manufactured and supplied prohibited drugs, including MDMA, ‘ice’ and cocaine.
It will also be alleged that the 25-year-old man was involved in manufacturing drugs at the Kogarah property before a fire broke out last year.
The 20-year-old man was refused bail to appear at Blacktown Local Court on Wednesday.
The 25-year-old man and 24-year-old woman were refused bail to appear at Blacktown Local Court on Tuesday.
They were both formally refused bail to appear at the same court on Thursday 25 July 2019.
In total four people were arrested across Sydney in relation to the alleged drug syndicate with a number of assets also being seized in the raids including a Harley Davidson motorcycle