Geraldton meth bust ‘worth $62,000’

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Police say they have seized a large amount of meth with a street value of more than $62,000, along with $7000 in cash, after raiding a property in the Geraldton suburb of West End.

Officers swooped on the property about 9pm on Friday after receiving a tip-off from a member of the public.

Geraldton Police Station operations manager, Sergeant Drue Pardoe, described the alleged meth seizure as a “trafficable amount” of the drug.

Police also allegedly seized MDMA and cannabis.

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Police also allegedly seized MDMA, cannabis and more than $7000 cash.
Camera IconPolice also allegedly seized MDMA, cannabis and more than $7000 cash. Credit: Geraldton police

A 27-year-old Wandina woman and a 27-year-old Baldivis man were both charged with an array of offences including possessing a prohibited drug with intent to sell or supply, possessing cannabis, possessing MDMA, and possessing a smoking implement.

Both were remanded in custody and will face Geraldton Magistrate’s Court at a later date.

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