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NewQuay drug bust

31 Jul 2014

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Police arrested two people in Docklands last month after finding drugs in a short-stay apartment.

Police were performing a patrol in Docklands when they found a man outside an apartment building in Rakaia Way around 11pm on July 14.

After checking on his welfare, they accompanied him to his short-stay accommodation, where they discovered quantities of crystal methamphetamines, GHB, cannabis and cash.

A 34-year-old woman from Paddington, NSW was arrested and charged with two counts of trafficking methamphetamines and GHB, one count of possessing methamphetamines and cannabis and one count of possessing the proceeds of crime.

A 33-year-old Sunshine man was charged with two counts of trafficking methamphetamines and GHB, one count of possessing methamphetamines and cannabis.

“We’re aware there is a lot of short-term accommodation in Docklands,” Sen-Sgt Mick Wilmott said.”

“Be aware of any unusual or suspect behaviour in your building,” Sen-Sgt Wilmott said. “It’s up to residents to give us a call.”

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