Meth worth $1.4m and a huge haul of weapons seized in police raids – as officers arrest an alleged Hells Angel bikie
- Alleged ‘Hells Angel bikie’ was charged with possessing and trafficking drugs
- Police seized a vehicle believed to have transported drugs from NSW to QLD
- They soon raided two addresses where they found more drugs and weapons
A huge haul of meth worth $1.44m and a cache of weapons were seized as police charged a suspected Hells Angel bikie with drug supply and trafficking offences.
Officers confiscated the 67-year-old’s vehicle as he drove from Sydney to the Gold before discovering the drugs hidden in the boot.
Meth, cannabis and firearms were discovered later when police raided a home on the Gold Coast.
Police discovered 12kg of meth work an estimated $1.44m along with cannabis after raid
Officers arrested and charged a man they allege is an associate of the Hells Angels bikies
A man has been charged with with possessing a schedule one dangerous drug, trafficking in dangerous drugs and possessing things used in commission of an offence.
He is due to appear in Southport Magistrates Court on Wednesday.
Acting Detective Inspector Jacquelyn McLeod said: ‘Detectives from the Gold Coast Major Organised Crime Squad will continue to work with our partner agencies to detect cross border organised crime syndicates targeting the Gold Coast Community.
‘Together, we will continue to proactively target those involved in the illicit supply and production of dangerous drugs within our community’.
Police major crime squads seized a cache of weapons and drugs in the several properties raided