Police arrest the suspected leader of a Sydney drug trafficking gang at the Markets Hotel in Homebush West
Dramatic moment Leader of a ‘gang’ of drug dealers is arrested outside a busy pub after allegedly supplying meth, heroin and GHB
- The suspected ringleader of a drug gang in Sydney was arrested on Thursday
- Police arrested the 31-year-old man outside the Markets Hotel in Homebush West
- Police allege he supplied ice cream, heroin and the GHB precursor gamma-butyrolactone
- He faces a maximum of 20 years in prison if convicted of the worst offences
- A 39-year-old man from Kingsgrove was arrested alongside him and was denied bail
The alleged ringleader of a drug dealer gang faces decades in prison after his arrest in a Sydney pub.
The Hurstville man, 31, was overseeing deliveries of ice cream, heroin and GHB precursor gamma-butyrolactone in south and south-west Sydney, police claimed on Friday.
But his reign reportedly ended Thursday morning when he was arrested at the Markets Hotel in Homebush West.
He was denied bail before appearing in Parramatta Magistrates’ Court on Friday on six counts of commercial drug supply, directing the activities of a criminal group and six other related charges.
Police arrested the suspected leader of a Sydney drug trafficking gang and his suspected associate outside a pub in Homebush on Thursday (pictured arrests).
Police said they will forensically examine various items collected from the men’s homes (pictured, police in front of one of the homes).
If convicted, he faces a maximum of 20 years in prison for the most serious offences.
A 39-year-old Kingsgrove man arrested with the Hurstville man has been charged with participation in a criminal group, ongoing drug shipment and commercial drug shipment.
He was also denied bail before a court date on Friday.
Police say they will forensically examine various items found in the men’s homes, including telecommunications equipment, drug paraphernalia, credit card readers and illicit drugs.
The couple’s arrests follow charges against seven other people for various offences, including drug trafficking, over alleged activities by the group over the past few months.
The two men, a 39-year-old and a 31-year-old, were arrested Thursday at the Markets Hotel in Homebush West
Police will examine telecommunications equipment, drug paraphernalia, credit card readers and illicit drugs allegedly collected from the men’s homes (pictured, police outside one of the homes).
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11583649/Police-arrest-alleged-Sydney-drug-dealing-gang-leader-Markets-Hotel-Homebush-West.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 Police arrest the suspected leader of a Sydney drug trafficking gang at the Markets Hotel in Homebush West