PLEASE NOTE: Images of the seized items will be available on the NSW Police Force social media pages.
A man will face court today (Saturday 24 July 2021) charged after police found nearly $200,000 cash and more than 1kg of methamphetamine in separate eskies during a search in Sydney’s south-west yesterday (Friday 23 July 2021).
Following inquiries, officers stopped a 47-year-old man driving a van on Moore Oxley Bypass, Campbelltown, about 8.20am (Friday 23 July 2021).
Shortly after, police executed a search warrant at a unit on Tyler Street, Campbelltown, where they seized three modified plastic eskies which allegedly contained more than $184,000 cash, 1kg of methylamphetamine and other items.
It was also established that in January of this year he had placed a tracking device on a woman known to him without her knowledge.
The man was arrested and taken to Campbelltown Police Station, where he was charged with:
• install/use tracking device to find person no consent
• stalk/intimidate intend fear physical etc harm (personal)
• supply prohibited drug greater than large commercial quantity
• knowingly deal with proceeds of crime
• possess prohibited drug, and
• possess or use a prohibited weapon without permit
He was refused bail to appear at Parramatta Bail Court today (Saturday 24 July 2021).