Drug bust: Police crack down on Grey Road home

A Mandurah man will face a string of charges in court after a major drug bust was undertaken at a Grey Road home. Photo: File image.
A Mandurah man will face a string of charges in court after a major drug bust was undertaken at a Grey Road home. Photo: File image.

A Mandurah man will face a string of charges in court after a major drug bust was undertaken at a Grey Road home on Thursday.

Officers from WA Police’s Regional Investigation Unit swarmed the property in the morning, after an ongoing investigation led authorities to the address. 

Officers seized 25 cannabis plants, that ranged from one metre to 20 centimetres in size, at the home.

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Police will allege the 47-year-old man had installed a sophisticated cultivation system in the property. 

Among the drug haul, officers also found an extendable baton and knuckle dusters. 

The accused man has been released on bail and is due to face 16 drug and weapon related charges in the Mandurah Magistrates Court on September 14. 

The man’s charges include: 

  • One count of cultivation with intent to sell or supply
  • Three count of possession of cannabis
  • Five counts of drug paraphernalia 
  • Three counts of possession of MDMA (ecstasy)
  • One count of possession of dextroamphetamine 
  • One count of manufacture a prohibited drug namely cannabis resin
  • Two counts of possessing a weapon