A 19-YEAR-OLD alleged ice dealer is behind bars after police raided her Yambil Street home on Tuesday.
Griffith Detectives charged two women and a man after they uncovered the drug ice (methamphetamine), cash, stolen property and a sawn-off shotgun at the unit.
One of the women, Alkira Moore, 19, was refused bail when she faced Griffith Local Court on Wednesday.
A 29-year-old resident of the unit, Mark White, was also refused bail after he handed himself in at Griffith Police Station on Wednesday night.
Events began to unfold about 10am on Tuesday, when a 38-year-old woman was arrested and charged with possession of ice.
She was later bailed to appear before Griffith Local Court on November 13 this year. About 12.30pm that day, police executed a search warrant on a Yambil Street unit, arresting Moore at the scene.
Police have alleged an indictable quantity of ice, large amounts of cash, equipment connected with the supply of prohibited drugs, suspected stolen property, a shotgun and ammunition were seized from the unit.
While police were searching the unit, a 31-year-old male occupant returned but fled when he saw police.
Moore was charged with supply prohibited drug, deal in proceeds of crime, possession of suspected stolen goods, possession of an unauthorised firearm and possession of ammunition.
She appeared for mention via audio visual link for mention before Wagga Court yesterday.
White was charged with possession of an unauthorised firearm, possession of ammunition and not storing a firearm securely.
He will face Wagga Court today.
Griffith Police Crime Manager Paul Smith urged anyone with further information to come forward with more arrests expected to be made.
“We rely heavily on information from the public in the fight against drugs and other crime,” Detective Inspector Smith said.
“You have seen some great results such as this, which would not be possible without community assistance.”
Detective Inspector Smith requested anyone with information to share it with Griffith Police on 6969 4299 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.