Mornington Divisional Response Unit officers have seized drugs and cash after executing a warrant in Dromana this morning.
Police executed the warrant at a residential address on Coleus Street about 9.05am
A search of the home allegedly located two gel blasters, .22 calibre ammunition, various quantities of drugs believed to include cannabis, magic mushrooms, LSD, MDMA and others.
Investigators also located over $20,000 in cash.
A 30-year-old man was arrested at the address and has since been charged with 22 offences including:
• Traffick drugs of dependence
• Prohibited person possess imitation firearm
• Possess cartridge ammunition
• Commit indictable offence whilst on Bail
• Negligently deal with proceeds of crime
He has been remanded to appear at the Frankston Magistrates Court on 4 October 2021.
Gel blasters are now classified as imitation firearms. There is no lawful reason for anyone in Victoria to possess one. Penalties for possessing, using or carrying an imitation firearm include up to two years imprisonment for a non-prohibited person and up to ten years imprisonment for a prohibited person.