Large scale drug supply

TWO men were arrested in a Campsie after a two-year investigation into organised crime and large-scale drug supply between Sydney and the Illawarra region.

The arrest of the two men, aged 39 and 42, follow the arrest of a woman in Unanderra, and alleged seizure of 100g of methamphetamine in the woman’s handbag, along with more than $3,000 cash.
The 33-year-old woman was charged with supply prohibited drug on an ongoing basis, supply prohibited drug and knowingly deal with proceeds of crime – serious indicatable offence.
Following further investigations, three simultaneous search warrants were executed at homes across Campsie and Croydon Park last Thursday, where police allegedly seized a safe, containing 1.5L of gamma butyrolactone (GBL), along with methylamphetamine, mobile phones, cash, electronic equipment and two vehicles.
The 42-year-old was charged with 21 offences, including knowingly direct activities of criminal group, supply large commercial quantity prohibited drug and supply indictable quantity of prohibited drug, and the 39-year-old charged with participate in criminal group, four counts of supply indictable quantity of prohibited drug and supply commercial quantity prohibited drug.
Detective Chief Inspector Glen Broadhead, said the investigation had spanned multiple police districts and local area commands.
“The message we are sending is clear; our policing efforts do not stop at the district border. We will continue to work with our colleagues from neighbouring police districts and police area commands, and we will do everything in our power to keep drugs off our streets,” he said.