AN0N raids proceed as 13 persons are charged and $1.5million price of ice and different medication present in raids throughout Sydney
- 13 charged throughout Sydney for drug and ammunition-related offences
- Police have seized ice valued greater than $1.5 million and $220,000 price of money
- Strike Drive Caprera has additionally seized 8kg of hashish and 270g of cocaine
- Investigations are persevering with and additional arrests are anticipated
New South Wales Police have charged 13 folks after seizing greater than $1.5 million of ‘ice’ in addition to 18kg of hashish, cocaine and greater than $220,000 in money.
Strike Drive Caprera made the seizures and arrests after executing 21 search warrants throughout Sydney between June 2 and Thursday.
The raids have been a part of Operation Ironside which used the supposedly secret legal messaging app AN0N, which was truly created by police and used to spy on communications within the underworld.
Police have seized over $220,000 in money in addition to ice, cocaine and mairjuana
On June 2, Redfern RES investigators executed 14 search warrants at Bankstown, Bass Hill, Cabramatta West, Canley Vale, Dundas, Guilford, Mount Pritchard, Riverwood, Sefton and Villawood.
Police uncovered three hydroponic hashish set-ups at properties at Guildford, Mount Pritchard and Dundas and seized 290 hashish crops with an estimated potential avenue worth of greater than $1 million.
4 males – aged 26, 27, 33, 38 – and two ladies, aged 35 and 41, have been arrested and charged. All six stay earlier than the courts.
Redfern RES officers additionally arrested a 48-year-old Fairfield man on June 2 and charged him with medication and ammunition-related offences.
On the identical day, officers arrested a 64-year-old man after pulling over his automotive at Bass Hill.
Throughout a search of the car, police seized $105,000 money.
Police have charged 13 women and men as part of Operation Caprera and executed 21 search warrants
He was charged with 9 offences for supplying a prohibited drug and collaborating in legal exercise.
On Monday this week as a part of Operation Ironside which monitored the encrypted legal messaging app AN0N, Redfern RES investigators searched properties at Bankstown and Luddenham.
At Bankstown, officers seized a cell phone and issued a 49-year-old Bankstown man with a Courtroom Attendance Discover (CAN), and at Luddenham, officers seized $12,140 money, 91g of cocaine, MDMA, hashish and prescription treatment.
18kg of hashish in addition to $1.5 million price of ice and cocaine has been seized by police
The identical day, police spoke with a 49-year-old Luddenham man at Rushcutters Bay.
The person allegedly ran from police, throwing a bag beneath a close-by parked automotive. He was arrested following a foot pursuit in Darlinghurst.
The bag was recovered and located to include greater than 115g of cocaine.
The person was charged with supplying and possessing a prohibited drug and resisting police.
He was launched on bail to reappear in courtroom on July 12.
Police then raided properties at Alexandria, Auburn, Campsie, Haymarket and Rockdale on Thursday.
Throughout the searches, police seized greater than $76,000 money, in addition to cocaine, ice, an digital stun gadget, cellphones and different digital gadgets.
Officers additionally seized a stolen medical machine valued at greater than $100,000.
A 22-year-old man, 25-year-old lady and a 29-year-old man have been arrested and charged with drug and firearm offences.
Police stated investigations into the drug ring have been persevering with and ‘additional arrests are anticipated’.