A woman has been arrested on the Gold Coast, accused of being in possession of tainted property.
It follows the arrest of a man earlier this week who was the alleged treasurer of the Finks Gold Coast Chapter. He was charged with fraud and tainted property offences.
The charges relate to an amount of $118,000 that was seized from her bank account and her prior withdrawal of $32,000 in cash.
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A 24-year-old Sentosa Waters woman has been charged with one count each of tainted property and conducting transactions so as to avoid reporting requirements relating to threshold transactions.
She was issued with a notice to appear in the Brisbane Magistrates Court on January 22, 2016.