Three alleged Bandido Outlaw Motor Cycle Gang (OMCG) associates including a 22-year-old from Munruben have been charged and methylamphetamine, cash and cannabis seized following a raid of a Moorooka mechanical business on Friday.
Detectives from Task Force Maxima executed a search warrant on the business on April 15.
During the search, a waist bag which police allege was thrown through a window as police entered was seized.
The bag contained $10,000 in cash and approximately two ounces of methylamphetamine.
A 22-year-old Munruben man was charged with one count of trafficking dangerous drugs, possess utensil, possess things and possess proceeds of crime and two counts of possession of dangerous drugs.
A search of a 22-year-old Shailer Park man at the premises resulted in the seizure of a bag believed to contain ice.
The man was charged with one count of possession of dangerous drugs.
A bag containing cannabis was also located on a 38-year-old Durack man who arrived at the premises during the search.
He was charged with two counts of possession of dangerous drugs, and one count each of trafficking dangerous drugs, possess utensil, possess things and possess proceeds of crime.
All persons are due to appear in the Brisbane Magistrates Court on May 12.
“If you are associated with OMCGs and organised crime you will be targeted by Task Force Maxima and you will be apprehended,” Taskforce Maxima’s Detective Inspector Phillip Stevens said.
"The Queensland Police Service is committed to keeping the community safe, stopping crime and prosecuting those who wish to profit from crime through the sale of dangerous drugs.”
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