Two Wyee residents are before the courts and an alleged drug supply network has been crippled following a major operation by Lake Macquarie Police.
In May, detectives from Lake Macquarie Police District established Strike Force Loxton to investigate the supply of prohibited drugs, mainly methylamphetamine, in Morisset and other Central Coast border suburbs.
Over the course of the investigation, 11 people have been charged with various drug and firearm offences, but following further inquiries, another four have been arrested and charged after a series of raids.
At about 8am on Tuesday, December 15, detectives with assistance from the Northern Region Operational Support Group and Strike Force Raptor North, executed five search warrants and two firearm prohibition order warrants in Morisset, Wyee, Kingfisher Shores and Dora Creek.
During the warrants, police seized methylamphetamine, cocaine, cannabis, about $100,000 cash, replica firearms and knives.
A 39-year-old Dora Creek man was arrested at a commercial premises in Dora Creek.
He was taken to Toronto Police Station and charged with supply prohibited drug on an ongoing basis, deal with the proceeds of crime, and possess prohibited weapon.
He was refused bail to appear at Toronto Local Court on Wednesday, December 16.
A 36-year-old man was arrested at a Kingfisher Shores property.
He was taken to Toronto Police Station and charged with supply and possess prohibited drug and possess restricted substance.
A 39-year-old woman and a 48-year-old man were arrested at a Wyee property.
They were both taken to Toronto Police Station where the woman was charged with supply and possess prohibited drug and possess prohibited weapon, and the man charged with possess prohibited weapon and breach weapons prohibition order.
All three were granted conditional bail to appear at Toronto Local Court on Tuesday, January 19, 2021.