ACT Policing arrested a man and woman overnight on drug charges following the execution of two drug warrants (Friday, September 30).
Detectives from the Drug Investigations Team executed the first warrant on a Gowrie home about 9pm last night. Police seized drugs suspected of being methyl amphetamine, pills suspected of being MDMA and an amount of cash.
A 31-year-old woman was arrested and taken to the ACT Regional Watch House, where she will be charged with trafficking in a controlled drug and face the ACT Magistrates Court later today.
A 29-year-old man was also arrested and conveyed to his home address in Franklin where a second warrant was executed early this morning. Detectives seized a further quantity of drugs, suspected of being methyl amphetamine, and an amount of cash.
At the conclusion of the warrant the man was taken to the ACT Regional Watch House where he will be charged with trafficking in a controlled drug. He will face the ACT Magistrates Court later today.
Police will be opposing bail on both.
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