A former Gold Coast man has been extradited back to the coast from Melbourne to face a range of drug charges.
The 28-year-old was arrested following a major Crime and Corruption Commission investigation.
The CCC will allege in court that the man was dealing in methylamphetamine and was found in receipt of $25,000 cash and three vehicles suspected of being the proceeds of crime.
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The Australian Federal Police and Victoria Police assisted the CCC with the extradition back to the Gold Coast.
The man is due to face Brisbane Magistrates Court today charged with 1 x Trafficking dangerous drugs, 6 x Supplying dangerous drugs and 6 x possessing property suspected of being the proceeds of crime.