Suspected dealer arrested at Bexley gas station as police crush

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Dial-a-dealer ring ended: Woman wearing Moment hoodie in Lacoste slides is caught by cops at 7-Eleven – while 26-year-old man is arrested after crashing into a POLICE car – while $ 200,000 in cash and cocaine is seized

  • Police arrested suspected 23-year-old dealer outside Bexley gas station
  • Woman was seen wearing a cropped hoodie, black sweatpants and Lacoste sandals
  • Officers arrested two other men, including a driver, who struck a parked police car
  • They seized $ 127,500 worth of cocaine and $ 98,000 in cash after raiding a house










Footage has been released showing police breaking down a so-called “dial-a-dealer” cocaine syndicate – with a young woman arrested at a gas station, one of three arrests that led to the seizure of $ 127,500 worth of cocaine.

The 23-year-old was arrested by police at a gas station in Bexley, south Sydney, shortly before 3 p.m. Thursday.

Police released photos showing the woman wearing a cropped hoodie, black sweatpants and a pair of Lacoste slippers as she was handcuffed by officers.

His arrest comes after police seized $ 127,000 worth of cocaine and $ 98,000 in cash after arresting two other people, including a driver who hit a police car.

The 23-year-old was arrested by police at 7-Eleven in Bexley, south Sydney, just before 3 p.m. Thursday.

The 26-year-old driver was waiting in his vehicle on Argyle Street at The Rocks at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday

The 26-year-old driver was waiting in his vehicle on Argyle Street at The Rocks at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday

His arrest comes after police seized $ 127,000 worth of cocaine and $ 98,000 in cash after arresting two other people, including a driver who hit a police car

His arrest comes after police seized $ 127,000 worth of cocaine and $ 98,000 in cash after arresting two other people, including a driver who hit a police car

The 26-year-old driver was waiting in his vehicle on Argyle Street at The Rocks at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Police approached the stopped vehicle to speak to the driver before he rushed into a parked police car.

Police allege the driver attempted to swallow five resealable bags containing cocaine during his arrest.

They recovered the bags before sending the man to St Vincents Hospital for treatment.

Officers then searched a unit and house in Bankstown and another house in Greenacre, southwest Sydney.

They seized 430 g of cocaine valued at $ 127,500 and $ 98,000 in cash.

They then arrested a 24-year-old man from Greenacre in the parking lot of a shopping center in Bankstown.

The 23-year-old has been charged with continuously supplying prohibited drugs and participating in criminal activity.

The 26-year-old driver was charged with supplying prohibited drugs (commercial quantity), dealing with crime property, knowingly directing the activities of a criminal group and knowingly driving a vehicle of a way that threatens others.

Police approached the stationary vehicle to speak to the driver before he allegedly drove into a parked police station.

Police approached the stationary vehicle to speak to the driver before he allegedly drove into a parked police station.

Officers then searched a unit and house in Bankstown and another house in Greenacre, southwest Sydney before seizing 430g of cocaine worth $ 127,500.

Officers then searched a unit and house in Bankstown and another house in Greenacre, southwest Sydney before seizing 430g of cocaine worth $ 127,500.

Police found $ 98,000 in cash following searches of the two homes and the Sydney Southwest Unit on Wednesday

Police found $ 98,000 in cash following searches of the two homes and the Sydney Southwest Unit on Wednesday

The couple were denied bail and will appear in local Sutherland court on Friday.

The 24-year-old man was charged with supplying prohibited drugs (commercial quantity), dealing with crime property and knowingly directing the activities of a criminal group.

He appeared in Bankstown local court Thursday, where he was denied bail and ordered to reappear on January 20.

Acting Detective Inspector Matthew Stratton has warned that police have seen an increase in the number of active dealers in the community.

“With the easing of restrictions on Covid-19, we have again seen an increase in the number of criminal groups using the ‘Dial-a-Dealer’ methodology to deliver cocaine and other banned drugs across Sydney.” , did he declare.

“As Christmas approaches, we want to make sure everyone across the state has a happy and safe vacation, so the message stays the same – if you sell or use drugs, you will be charged and brought to trial. courts.”

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