Police Make Massive Drug Bust After Following Man With Drone
Two people have been charged
Police have charged a Perth man after allegedly finding more than one kilogram of meth after tracking the man with a drone.
The man was arrested after a police investigation led investigators to a man driving an e-scooter in Perth’s north on January 25.
Police sent a drone into the air to follow the man before he allegedly arrived at a home in Darch.
The man was captured by the drone allegedly leaving the Darch home before being picked up by a man in a white ute.
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The ute was intercepted by police a short time later.
Police are then believed to have seized 1.2kg of methylamphetamine before charging a 32-year-old man with multiple charges.
The 32-year-old was charged with one count each of conspired, incited, accessory after the fact or attempted to possess a trafficable quantity of methylamphetamine with intent to sell or supply.
Police also arrested and charged a second man in relation to the same incident.
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