Three charged for allegedly supplying cocaine in NSW
Three people have been charged for allegedly supplying cocaine in the New South Wales Riverina region.
Police arrested two men and one woman in Wagga Wagga, with one charged with 26 offences, after Strike Force Bohr was established in September last year.
NSW Police said the first arrest was a 24-year-old man at a home on Sampson Street in Estella in north Wagga Wagga about 12.30pm on Thursday.
"There police seized vapes, knuckle dusters, prescription medication, $18,950 in Australian currency, designer shoes and electronic devices," NSW Police said in a statement.
"Three vehicles were also towed from the property," police alleged.
Another 27-year-old man was arrested at a business on Baylis Street in Wagga Wagga about 7.30am yesterday.
And the final 32-year-old woman was arrested at a home on Taupo Drive in Lake Albert at 9.30am yesterday.
The 24-year-old was charged with 21 counts of supply prohibited drug, supply prohibited drug on an ongoing basis, knowingly deal with proceeds of crime, larceny, receive/dispose stolen property and knowingly direct activities of a criminal group.
He was refused bail in Wagga Wagga Local Court yesterday and is expected to reappear in July.
The 27-year-old was charged with supply prohibited drug, receive/dispose stolen property and knowingly deal with proceeds of crime.
He was refused bail and is excepted to reappear in Wagga Wagga Local Court today.
The 32-year-old was charged with supply prohibited drug (two counts), knowingly deal with proceeds of crime and participate criminal group contribute criminal activity.
She was granted conditional bail and is expected to be back in local court next month.
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