Four people charged for drug trafficking

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Four people will face the ACT Magistrates Court this morning on a total of 21 drug trafficking charges
FOUR people will face a combined 21 charges after trafficking a controlled drug.

They were arrested after police searched premises in Macgregor, Cook, Macquarie and Queanbeyan, and seized a trafficable quantity of a substance suspected to be cocaine, more than 1000 pills suspected of being MDMA and about $5000 cash.

A 39?year?old man from Mackellar, a 32?year?old man from Cook, a man from Macquarie, 46, and a 20?year?old Queanbeyan woman will face the ACT Magistrates Court this morning (August 2).

Anyone with information about the trafficking or supply of illicit drugs are urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333000 or via the ACT Crime Stoppers website

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