Investigations are continuing following the conclusion of Operation Oscar Verde which was focused on the trafficking and supply of Methylamphetamine in the Charleville area.
Thirteen people have been arrested on 117 charges, after 18 search warrants were executed in Charleville, Morven, Wyandra and Toowoomba.
To date, three people have been charged with the trafficking of Methylamphetamine.
A 36-year-old man from Charleville was charged with one count of trafficking Methylamphetamine and 30 counts of supply Methylamphetamine.
A 44-year-old man from Morven was charged with one count of trafficking Methylamphetamine, nine counts of supply Methylamphetamine, one count each of possess dangerous drugs, possess utensil and property suspected to be proceeds of a drug offence.
Both men appeared in Charleville Magistrates Court today and were remanded into custody. They are scheduled to reappear at at the Charleville Magistrates Court on August 2, 2016.
A 39-year-old-male from Toowoomba was charged with one count of trafficking Methylamphetamine drugs and five counts of supply Methylamphetamine. He will be appearing in the Toowoomba Magistrates Court July 18, 2016.
During the execution of search warrants, firearms, Australian currency and other property linked to the alleged trafficking of Methylamphetamine were located and seized.
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