Meth, stun guns found in Gold Coast raid

A MAN and a woman have been arrested and charged after police allegedly found more than 50 grams of crystal meth and two stun guns in a raid at their home on the Gold Coast.

Detectives stormed the couple’s Cawthray Street home at Biggera Waters around 11am on Wednesday.

While searching the property, officers allegedly found more than 50 grams of methamphetamine, GHB, two conductive energy weapons, knives, around $10,000 cash and other drug utensils.


(Source: Qld Police)

(Source: Qld Police)

A man and woman, aged 32 and 36, were arrested at the scene and have since been charged with a long list of drugs and weapons offences.

The man was also charged with possessing tainted property, while the woman is facing an additional charge of unlawfully possessing a motor vehicle.

The couple will appear in Southport Magistrates Court tomorrow.

Detective Inspector Brendan Smith of the Gold Coast’s Northern Crime Group said police were committed to stopping the supply of dangerous drugs on the Coast.

“Offenders need to change their behaviour or expect police to come through their door at any time, day or night,” he said.