A homemade taser, replica firearm, suspected stolen property and illicit drugs were discovered by police during two house raids in Geraldton. Police recovered a number of stolen items they hope to get back to their rightful owners following the raids in Spalding. Geraldton police acting officer-in-charge Sen. Sgt Andrew Ramsden said as a result of the most recent raid, which occurred at 6.20pm on Monday at an address in Spalding, police seized a “home-made taser type device”, stolen items and illicit drugs. Police believe electric scooters, bicycles, generators and power tools located at the address were stolen. Sen. Sgt Ramsden said cannabis, methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia were also seized. A 38-year-old woman was charged with possess a prohibited drug with intent to sell or supply, possess a prohibited drug, possess stolen or unlawfully obtained property, possess any drug paraphernalia in or on which there was a prohibited drug or plant and possess a prohibited weapon. She is due to appear in the Geraldton Magistrates court on Thursday, May 25. In the second raid, police recovered allegedly stolen power tools, a stolen motor bike and a replica handgun at a Spalding house on Sunday, April 23 following a drug seizure during the arrest of a 29-year-old man. Sen. Sgt Ramsden said when police arrested a 29-year-old man from Spalding on Monday, April 24, a quantity of cannabis, methamphetamine, steroids and drug paraphernalia were found in his possession. The man was charged with possession of stolen or unlawfully obtained property, possess a controlled weapon, possess a prohibited drug and possess drug paraphernalia. He is due to appear in the Geraldton Magistrates Court on Thursday, May 11. Police are asking anyone who believes the alleged stolen property belongs to them to visit the Geraldton Police Station with proof of purchase.