Deputy Secretary of State Crimes Command Alan Adams said the seizures represented about 130,000 hits of stimulants that never reached the streets of Perth, where it would have caused great harm.
“In this case, we not only seized drugs, but also seized a record $ 3.88 million in cash. It’s more back to more senior members of a serious and organized criminal group. Buy illegal drugs,
The cycle of harm to the community, “he said.
The truck is allegedly driven by a 58-year-old man from New South Wales. He was charged with money laundering from the proceeds of a large crime. He has been denied bail and will appear in the Midland Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday.
A 29-year-old Rockridge man has been charged with possessing a tradable amount of methylamphetamine for sale or supply to another and will appear in court on Wednesday.
Three other men in their twenties were charged with drug crimes.
Deputy Deputy Commissioner Alan Adams said the investigation was ongoing.
“It’s fair to suggest that some people were clearly expecting to receive cash, and given the amount of drugs confiscated, there was an additional distribution network waiting for delivery. “He said.
If you have information about the manufacture or distribution of illegal drugs, we recommend that you report it.
Information to CrimeStoppers at 1800 333000 or online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au. The caller can remain anonymous.