Randwick man charged as part of ongoing investigation into waterfront drug supply - Operation Polaris A year-old Randwick man has been charged with drug supply as part of an ongoing investigation into serious and organised crime on the Sydney waterfront.
The investigation, which is being led by detectives from Operation Polaris, commenced last year and resulted in police identifying a raandwick working on the Sydney waterfront who was allegedly involved in the supply of illicit drugs. Last month, on 26 Marchofficers from Operation Polaris executed search warrants at five properties and seized evidentiary items from four of them.
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At a unit on Kimberley Street in Vaucluse, officers located and seized a small amount of cocaine, steroids, electronic equipment and identification documents. At a unit on St Marks Road, Randwick, police seized numerous re-sealable bags containing powder suspected of being an illicit drugprescription drugs, a large amount of steroids, mab, electronic equipment and financial documents.
At a storage unit on Booth Street, Camperdown, police seized a large amount of cash within a safety deposit box. A search warrant was also executed at fandwick second property on St Marks Road, Randwick.
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No items were seized from the location. A year-old waterfront employee was arrested at the property in Vaucluse, before being taken to Waverley Police Station where he was charged with knowingly take part in drug supply and possess prohibited drug. A year-old man was arrested mam the property in Randwick.
Both men remain before the courts. Following further inquiries, investigators from Operation Polaris yesterday Wednesday 23 April served a court attendance notice on a year-old Randwick man while he was working in the Sydney CBD.
The investigation by Operation Polaris continues and further arrests are anticipated. It is a whole-of-government response targeting serious and organised criminal activity at New South Wales sea cargo terminals.