Massive Drugs And Cash Seizure Caught On Police Bodycam
Queensland detectives targeting organised crime have seized more than $1.5 million in cash and a vast haul of drugs in a raid on a Brisbane home.
Police found suitcases stuffed with bundles of cash and drugs worth almost $500,000 when they raided a New Farm property on Monday.
The drugs included more than 40 kilograms of cannabis, two kilograms of MDMA and about 300 grams of cocaine.
A man and a woman will front court on Tuesday, charged over the haul.
A second man and a second woman were also nabbed a short time later when they fled the New Farm property.
Detectives intercepted their car at Bowen Hills and allegedly found 10kg of cannabis in their car. They then raided another property at Tingalpa, allegedly finding more than $9000 in cash and another kilogram of cannabis.
The pair arrested at New Farm will face the Brisbane Magistrates Court on Tuesday.
The man, 28, and the woman, 27, are facing a string of charges including multiple counts of possessing dangerous drugs.
The other pair, a man, 27, and a woman, 32, will face court on September 25.
The man is facing charges including producing dangerous drugs. The woman has been charged with drug possession.
The raids were the work of Taskforce Maxima, which targets organised crime in Queensland.