Almost two dozen people have been charged with more than 100 offences during a prolonged drug blitz in the Mid West, which resulted in the seizure of almost 30g of methamphetamine and more than 850g of cannabis. Jurien Bay and Leeman police worked to halt the distribution and use of drugs between July and December last year. The investigation was predominantly targeting meth use in the local community. Police said dozens of vehicles were stopped and searched, search warrants were issued and drug dogs from Perth assisted the investigation, resulting in 28g of methamphetamine, 868g of cannabis, $5280 in cash, prohibited weapons and drug paraphernalia seized from various people. A total of 22 people were charged with 102 offences including possession of prohibited drugs with intent to sell or supply, offer to sell or supply a prohibited drug, possess a prohibited drug, cultivate a prohibited plant, possess drug paraphernalia and possess prohibited weapons. Jurien Bay and Leeman police thanked the community for their ongoing support and encouraged anyone with information about the distribution of drugs to contact local police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.