A Sydney-based pharmacist and a male associate have been charged as part of a joint agency investigation into illicit drug supply.
Joint media releases
Australian authorities have joined with international agencies to successfully stop a plan to sail a yacht hiding approximately 500 kilograms of cocaine from South America to Australia, through the Pacific.
Two men have been charged, and 33kg of Methylamphetamine seized, after a joint operation
conducted by the Western Australia Police Force’s Meth Enforcement Taskforce and the
Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission.
This is a joint media release issued by members of the Queensland Joint Organised Crime Taskforce (comprising of the Australian Federal Police, Australian Border Force, Queensland Police Service and the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission) and the Australian Defence Force.
The first warrant executed by the newly established Illicit Tobacco Taskforce (ITTF) has uncovered more than 17 acres of illegal tobacco crops and 6 tonnes of tobacco leaf, with an estimated excise value of $13.3 million, growing near Katherine.
A search warrant during a joint agency operation has uncovered a clandestine drug production facility at a home in Beverly Hills in Sydney’s south-west.
A joint agency investigation - responsible for dismantling an alleged global crime syndicate last year - has led to further arrests by international partners, after Dutch authorities charged two men believed to be involved in supplying drugs to the syndicate.
Almost 60 million cigarettes have been seized as part of a joint operation targeting illicit tobacco, significantly disrupting a large criminal syndicate operating in multiple states and territories.
Leaders of tax enforcement authorities from Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States have established a joint operational alliance, the Joint Chiefs of Global Tax Enforcement (J5), to increase collaboration in the fight against international a
Two men have been arrested by the Queensland Joint Organised Crime Task Force (QJOCTF), following an alleged conspiracy to import 300 kilograms of cocaine into Australia from Peru via Singapore and Papua New Guinea (PNG). One woman has also been arrested and charged with dealing in proceeds of crime.