More charges laid over alleged cross-border drug syndicate

Police have laid more charges over an alleged cross-border drug syndicate, which nabbed Gold Coast Titan’s assistant coach Michael Gordon.

Two men, aged 21 and 31, were arrested at a home in Queensland yesterday, with the 21-year-old extradited over the border into New South Wales.

He’s since been charged with 29 offences, including knowingly direct activities of criminal group and supply prohibited drug on an ongoing basis.


He’ll front court in Tweed today.

It follows the arrest of five people in northern New South Wales over the weekend, which included former Titan Michael Gordon.

Police allege the gang was planning to flood the market with drugs targeting Schoolies.

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