Geraldton man to face court after raid allegedly uncovered drugs, guns and cash

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Weapons, cash and drugs police say were uncovered during the March 5 raid.
Camera IconWeapons, cash and drugs police say were uncovered during the March 5 raid. Credit: Supplied

A Geraldton man has been charged by detectives following a raid on his Woorree property last week which uncovered drugs, weapons and a large amount of cash.

Det-Sen. Sgt Bruce McDonald said police searched the Polo Road house on March 5 following ongoing inquiries into drug dealing.

He said police found and seized $5000 cash, 56g of cannabis, three firearms, and ammunition.

A 26-year-old man has been charged with failing to comply with firearm regulations, failing to adequately store ammunition, drug possession, and unlawfully pointing a firearm at a person.

Det-Sen. Sgt McDonald said the man would appear in Geraldton Magistrate’s Court on April 1.

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“Anyone with information about suspected drug dealing in our city should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000,” he said.

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