Two more people living in the Mandurah policing district have been charged as part of WA police’s attempts to disrupt organised crime networks.
Gang Crime Squad detectives executed a search warrant at a Delaney Parkway residence in Port Kennedy on Tuesday.
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As a result, Rockingham detectives allege they located and seized:
- Approximately 33.24 grams of methylamphetamine;
- A Glock pistol;
- Several weapons including a flick knife and Asp baton;
- Over $4,000 in cash;
- Various drug paraphernalia.
A 33-year-old man and a 46-year-old woman, both of Port Kennedy, will face court in Rockingham today charged with:
- 1x Possession of a Prohibited Drug with Intent to Sell or Supply;
- 1 x Having ready access to both weapons and illegal drugs;
- 1 x Having ready access to both weapons and cash;
- 1 x Possess Firearm with Circumstances of Aggravation;
- 1 x Unlicensed person possess firearm/ammunition;
- 2 x Possess prohibited weapon;
- 1x Possessed any drug paraphernalia in or on which there was a prohibited drug or plant; and
- 1x Possession of stolen or unlawfully obtained property.
The Mandurah Mail reported last month that metropolitan officers are working with local police to break up organised crime in the Mandurah policing district.