Target Action Group makes several arrests

Police have continued an ongoing operation into the street-level supply of prohibited drugs across Brisbane Water Local Area Command.
On Friday, March 17, and Saturday, March 18, officers from the Brisbane Water Target Action Group (TAG) attended licensed premises across the command where drug activity was suspected.
Over the two nights, police arrested eight people, resulting in 19 charges, in conjunction with 24 vehicle stops, with drivers subjected to a random drug and/or alcohol tests.
Five vehicles were searched.
Included in the results was the arrest and charging of a 19-year-old Bluehaven man after police allegedly located 73 MDMA tablets when his car was searched at Erina.
He was charged with supply prohibited drug and was granted bail to appear in Gosford Local Court on Tuesday, April 11.
Brisbane Water Local Area Commander, Superintendent Danny Sullivan, said it was disappointing to see the impact that illicit drugs had on the local community, with young lives often the most at risk.
“Brisbane Water Local Area Command officers will continue to arrest people supplying prohibited drugs in this command,” he said
“The safety and well-being of people in this community is our number one priority and we will continue to run operations such as these to target drug activity.
“Most importantly, every piece of information you provide can help solve crimes and reduce drug supply – so if you know something, say something, by calling Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000,” he said.

Media release,
Mar 19, 2017
NSW Police Media