Seven people have been arrested following a series of drug raids across the south-east.
The arrests were part of an investigation into the trafficking of ice in the Logan area.
Police executed search warrants across Logan and Brisbane on Friday, seizing quantities of methylamphetamine.
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Among those arrested was a 28-year-old Marsden woman who has been charged with trafficking in dangerous drugs and supplying dangerous drugs.
She will appear in the Beenleigh Magistrates Court on December 8.
A 42-year-old Brisbane man has also been charged with trafficking in dangerous drugs and possessing and supplying dangerous drugs.
He will front the Brisbane Magistrates Court on November 18.
All up, Police have laid more than 100 charges with investigations continuing.
“Methylamphetamine remains Australia’s highest risk illicit drug, it has a devastating effect on our society and we will continue to utilise every available resource to target those involved in its production and supply,” Acting Detective Inspector Ian Galpin said.
“I encourage anyone with information relating to persons involved in the production or supply of methylamphetamine to contact Crime Stoppers.”
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