More drug busts in the Inner North

johnboy 23 March 2012 1

Members from ACT Policing’s Drug Investigation Team executed search warrants in Canberra’s north yesterday afternoon (Thursday, March 23) where a number of items were seized.

Just after midday police executed the first warrant on a vehicle in Lyneham. During the warrant police seized a quantity of an illicit substance suspected to be methylamphetamine.

Other warrants were executed on addresses in Braddon and O’Connor where police seized items including suspected stolen property and a sum of cash. Other items were also seized during the search.

A 47-year-old O’Connor man was arrested and taken to the ACT Watch House. He will appear in court this morning where police will be opposing bail.

[Courtesy ACT Policing]

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One Response to More drug busts in the Inner North
Watson Watson 6:57 pm 23 Mar 12

Who cares if the coffee is better in the North or the South. Inner North wins the drug dealing award!

So maybe it’s a ploy from the drug dealer union to get free advertising for the Inner North as every junkie’s favourite destination.

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