Queensland Police have seized a dangerous cache of drugs and homemade weapons during a raid on a Logan Village property.
Police will allege that during searches at a Waterford Tamborine Road home on Friday, officers located eight homemade firearms, homemade knuckle dusters, an electric conductive device and a large quantity of ammunition were located. Dangerous drugs including, methylamphetamine and steroids were also located at the address.
A 36-year-old Logan Village man has been charged with two counts of possessing dangerous drugs, unlawful possession of weapons (electric conductive device) (handgun) (knuckle duster) and one count each of unlawful dealing with explosive or noxious substances – made or has possession, possess utensil for use, possess tainted property and authority required to possess explosives (ammunition).
The man is expected to appear in Beenleigh Magistrates Court tomorrow.
Detective Inspector Tod Reid said that police will continue to target criminal and illegal activity in the Logan Police District.
“This is a demonstration of our continued commitment to the disruption of crime and keeping our community safe,” Detective Inspector Reid said.
Investigations are ongoing.