Raid uncovers drugs, cash, property believed to be stolen
A RAID on a Kingaroy house has uncovered amphetamines, a large volume of property suspected of being stolen and nearly $18,000 in cash.
Kingaroy Police Senior Sergeant Duane Frank said police would allege a considerable amount of amphetamine was found when officers from across the South Burnett and the drug dog unit raided the Murray Pde home on Wednesday.
"It is alleged the drugs would have been in the process of being distributed for sale in the community," he said.
"The value of the amphetamines located would have been in the thousands of dollars."
Officers recovered property suspected to have been stolen, including a large volume of power tools, electrical items, cameras, laptop computers and jewellery including a bar of silver.
Four motorbikes were seized and it will be alleged they were stolen or unlawfully obtained.
Nun chucks and shot gun ammunition were also found.
Snr Sgt Frank said the raid was part of the ongoing Operation Morphus targeting drug issues and criminal behaviour.
"Police are continuously and relentlessly pursuing issues of drugs and crime in the community with particular emphasis on targeting these people who are bringing drugs into the community and selling it to make profit," he said.
"Investigations are ongoing and information gathered by police through these enforcement activities will no doubt lead to further arrests in the future."
A 42-year-old man was charged with possessing dangerous drugs exceeding schedule limits, receiving tainted property, possessing drug things, possessing restricted items, possessing property suspected of being stolen and possessing explosives.
He was remanded in custody after being refused bail and will appear in Kingaroy Magistrates Court on April 13.
A 36-year-old woman was charged with two counts of possessing dangerous drugs and one count of possessing drug utensils.
And a 16-year-old boy was taken in to custody on outstanding arrest warrants.
The boy was taken to Brisbane Youth Detention Centre to appear in Kingaroy Children's Court on May 15.
Shortly after the Murray Pde raid police searched a home on Parkside Dr where a small amount of cannabis was found along with drug implements.
A 37-year-old woman was charged with possessing dangerous drugs and failing to dispose of drug syringes.
A 64-year-old man was charged with one count of possessing dangerous drugs and two counts of possessing drug utensils.
Police rely heavily on information from the community to solve drug and property crime.
Suspicious activities should be reported anonymously to Crime Stoppers by phoning 1800 333 000.