Bomb squad destroys explosives found in Logan raid

The bomb squad has had to be called in after an improvised explosive device was found furing a raid of a Logan property that also uncovered a drugs, a replica gun and fake ID’s.

Around 1.45pm on Sunday police from the Upper Mount Gravatt Tactical Crime Squad executed a search warrant on a Marsden property, seizing a large amount of methamphetamine, GHB, LSD, ammunition, an improvised explosive device, replica hand gun, false identifications and just over $1000 cash.

Specialist police from the Explosive Ordinance Response Team attended to ensure the safe destruction of two explosives.


A 36-year-old man from Woodridge has been charged with 13 charges including producing dangerous drugs, forgery, fraud, unlawful possession of weapon, possession of explosives, possession of dangerous drugs.

A 37-year-old man from Clayfield has been charged with six charges including possession of dangerous drugs, possess drug utensil, unlawful possession of weapons and possession of explosives.

Police also charged a 29-year-old Eagleby woman with two counts of possession of dangerous drugs and obstruct police.

All three are due to appear in court later today.