MORE than 120 alleged drug dealers and their associates have been arrested in a massive police blitz across the Darling Downs.
Police began investigating the supply and distribution of ICE and cannabis in the area last month as part of Operation Quebec Trawler.
In the weeks since, police have arrested 121 people on 377 charges, mainly for supplying and possessing dangerous drugs.
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The operation also netted a quantity of methamphetamine and cannabis, over $10,000 in cash, and property worth more than $15,000.
Officer in Charge of the Darling Downs District Tactical Crime Squad, Senior Sergeant Matt Howard said all officers are working extremely hard to disrupt drug use.
“The use of illicit substances has a detrimental, flow-on effect to the general community,” Senior Sergeant Howard said.
“Our local community has provided us with the information we need to tackle this network and get these drugs off the street.
“Clearly the people in the Darling Downs do not want these dangerous and destructive substances in their towns and are working with us to remove them.”
Operation Quebec Trawler is ongoing.
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