Detectives from Taskforce Maxima, State Crime Command, have charged a man with 21 offences following the execution of a search warrant at Marine Parade in Labrador this morning.
Police will allege during a search of the residence they located just over 100 grams of cocaine, an assortment of liquids and tablets suspected to be performance and image enhancing drugs, knuckledusters, a quantity of ammunition and documents indicating the sale of dangerous drugs.
A 21-year-old man has been charged with 21 offences, including trafficking in dangerous drugs, possessing dangerous drugs and the unlawful possession of a weapon and ammunition.
He has been remanded to appear Southport Watchhouse on February 1.
Detective Inspector Glen Donaldson of the Major and Organised Crime Squad said the arrest came as a result of information received from the public.
“The community plays a significant role in the proactive detection of drug suppliers and we commend the local community for their ongoing support of police and our work in keeping Queensland safe,” Detective Inspector Donaldson said.
“The Queensland Police Service recognises the harm caused by dangerous drugs within our community and continues to proactively target and disrupt criminal syndicates involved in the unlawful supply of dangerous drugs”.
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