Seven Arrested In Kenilworth Area On Drug And Firearms Charges

On March 26 and 27, officers from the Sunshine Coast Tactical Crime Squad executed six search warrants on properties in the Kenilworth Division resulting in seven people arrested on 23 drug and firearms related charges.
Officers using trail bikes and quad bikes searched several large rural properties where police will allege a total of 83 cannabis plants, 1550 grams of cannabis and four firearms and ammunition were located.
A 30-year-old Kenilworth man has been charged with one count each of produce dangerous drug, possess dangerous drug, possess utensil, and possess things.
The man is due to appear in the Nambour Magistrates Court on April 17.
A 29-year-old Kenilworth man has been charged with one count each of produce dangerous drug, possess dangerous drug, and possess utensil.
The man is due to appear in the Nambour Magistrates Court on April 17.
A 51-year-old Bell Park man has been charged with one count each of possess dangerous drug, possess utensil, possess things, possess unregistered firearm, and possess ammunition.
The man is due to appear in the Noosa Magistrates Court on April 22.
A 45-year-old Kidamin Creek man has been charged with one count of produce dangerous drug
The man is due to appear in the Nambour Magistrates Court on April 17.
A 27-year-old Belli Park man has been charged with one count each of possess dangerous drug, possess utensil, and possess things.
The man is due to appear in the Noosa Magistrates Court on May 1.
A 53 year old Belli Park man was charged with one count each of produce dangerous drug, possess utensil, and possess things.
The man is due to appear in the Noosa Magistrates Court on May 1.
A 51-year-old Belli Park man has been charged with one count each of possess dangerous drug, possess utensil, and possess things.
The man was offered and accepted drug diversion.
Anyone with information which could assist with this matter should contact Crime Stoppers anonymously via 1800 333 000 or crimestoppers.com.au 24hrs a day.
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