A Bundaberg woman is among 19 people charged after police unravelled a drug trafficking ring in Queensland.
Detectives began investigating Operation Romeo Porcelain in Longreach, in March 2019.
Sergeant Brett Long says a tip-off from Crime Stoppers sparked the investigation.
“Overtime we were able to uncover a system of trafficking methylamphetamine that was purchased in the South East Corner and transported via a number of different methods to Longreach where a distribution network was in place," he says.
Police say they seized methylamphetamine, MDMA, cannabis and just over $9000 in cash, along with weapons, including a flick knife, knuckledusters, ammunition and an electric conductive device during the closure.
A total of 19 people have been charged with 174 offences, including a 42-year-old Moolboolaman woman.
She is due in the Bundaberg Magistrates Court in December on nine charges, including trafficking possessing and supplying dangerous drugs.