A man will face court today charged following an investigation by the Raptor Squad into an alleged criminal syndicate involved in large-scale drug supply across south-west Sydney.
In November 2020, officers from the State Crime Command's Raptor Squad established Strike Force Poile to investigate the supply of gamma-Butyrolactone (GBL),
On Monday, November 9, 2020, investigators executed a search warrant at a home on Mimosa Road, Bossley Park, where more than 7.5 litres of gamma-Butyrolactone (GBL) was seized.
Following extensive inquiries, Strike Force investigators attended a tattoo parlour on George Street, Liverpool, about 3:30pm on Thursday, February 25 and arrested a 23-year-old man. He was taken to Liverpool Police Station.
As part of inquiries, investigators executed a search warrant at a home on Aberdeen Street, Bossley Park, about 10pm last night, seizing electronic devices, 165g of cocaine, 19g of methamphetamine, 38g of cannabis, 26g of MDMA powder, steroids, prescription medication, a home-made electronic stun device, two ballistic vests and items consistent with the manufacture of illicit drugs.
In a neighbouring backyard, officers located a backpack containing two firearms, and ammunition. These items were also seized and will be forensically examined.
The man was charged with supplying a prohibited drug - large commercial quantity, supplying a prohibited drug - commercial quantity and supplying a prohibited drug - small quantity.
He was refused bail to appear at Liverpool Local Court today. Investigations under Strike Force Poile continue.