Alleged drug dealers were blown up after their meth lab caught fire and they were forced to call Triple 0.
After the fire in the Kogarah house was extinguished in September 2018, the police found a secret laboratory.
An investigation was launched by the National Anti-Gangs Squad of Victoria and NSW under Strike Force Sonivir to investigate the suspected syndicate.
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A suspected drug consortium was uncovered by the police after emergency services discovered a secret drug lab when they were called to a suspected house fire in late 2018
The laboratory was discovered in September 2018, but it wasn't until February and May 2019 that arrests were made to allegedly uncover drugs, cash, vehicles, jewelry, and luxury vehicles
A 60-year-old man was arrested in February and charged with 16 crimes.
Fees include participating in the production of a large commercial quantity of banned drugs, knowingly handling crime proceeds, and delivering banned drugs.
The man was refused bail and is due to appear again at the Sutherland District Court on June 3.
On May 7, a 27-year-old man was arrested in a unit in Ryde and a search warrant, allegedly the police, was carried out confiscated banned drugs, $ 70,000 in cash, two vehicles, three motorcycles, jewelry, and four luxury watches.
He was accused of participating in the production of a large commercial quantity of banned drugs, participating in the delivery of a commercial quantity of banned drugs, and participating in criminal activities.
He was denied the bail and is scheduled to appear again at the Burwood local court on Wednesday, July 3, 2019.
According to further investigations, the police arrested a 24-year-old woman at around 5.15 a.m. on Tuesday during a vehicle stop on Samantha Riley Drive in Kellyville (photo).
After further investigation, the police arrested a 24-year-old woman around 5:15 a.m. on Tuesday during a vehicle stop on Samantha Riley Drive in Kellyville.
Shortly thereafter, detectives arrested a 25-year-old man in a house in Acacia Gardens and a 20-year-old man in the Blacktown unit complex.
The series of arrests came after officers from the Strike Force Sonivir executed search warrants in Acacia Gardens, Kellyville, Blacktown, Kellyville Ridge, Glenwood, and a property on Sussex Street, Sydney.
The officials reportedly found a firearm, 676 g of ice, 2 kg of MDMA, five luxury vehicles, drug paraphernalia and a Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
The Acacia Gardens man has been accused of direct crime, producing banned drugs, delivering large amounts of banned drugs, delivering banned drugs, and knowingly dealing with crime proceeds.
The Kellyville woman has been accused of delivering large, commercially prohibited drugs, delivering commercial amounts of prohibited drugs, engaging in criminal groups, knowingly dealing with crime proceeds, and owning tablet press.
The woman's car was also confiscated after being arrested in Kellyville in the early hours of Tuesday morning
In the meantime, the Blacktown man has been accused of owning an unregistered pistol, unlicensed ammunition, not keeping the weapon safe, supplying a large commercial quantity of banned drugs, supplying a commercial quantity of banned drugs, and knowingly criminal groups to participate.
Police say the two men and women were part of a syndicate that manufactured and supplied banned drugs such as MDMA, "ice cream" and cocaine.
The 25-year-old man on the Kogarah property is also alleged to have been involved in the manufacture of drugs before a fire broke out last year.
The 20-year-old man was denied the bail to appear before the Blacktown District Court on Wednesday.
The 25-year-old man and 24-year-old woman were denied bail to appear before the Blacktown District Court on Tuesday.
Both were officially denied bail to appear before the same court on Thursday, July 25, 2019.
A total of four people across Sydney were arrested in connection with the alleged drug consortium, and a number of assets, including a Harley Davidson motorcycle, were confiscated during the raids
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