A MOUNT Isa man has been charged with drug offences after a good boy sniffed out justice and uncovered dangerous drugs and tens of thousands of dollars.
At around 6.45am on Thursday, 22 June, police conducted a search of a Sunset home and uncovered four different dangerous drugs, more than $18,000 in cash and a variety of watches and gel blasters.
Police dog Hope aided in the search and used their keen sense of smell to track down some concealed items.
A 38-year-old man was charged with five counts of possessing dangerous drugs, two counts of possessing drug utensils and one count of possessing property suspected of being proceeds of an offence – he was refused bail and is due to appear in Mount Isa Magistrates Court today, 26 June.
If anyone has any information at all in relation to the use, supply or trafficking of Methylamphetamine in the community, police urge them to report the matter via Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Police encourage anyone in our community who is suffering from drug dependence to seek support from Queensland Health’s Alcohol and Drug Information Service.