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Australia'What a couple': engaged pair accused of running north shore cocaine delivery syndicate

16:25  14 april  2019
16:25  14 april  2019 Source:   smh.com.au

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Razija "Rosa" Adilovic is accused of running a cocaine delivery syndicate on the north shore . Ms Adilovic was charged with knowingly directing the activities of a criminal group, supplying more than half a kilogram of cocaine and knowingly dealing with ,855 in the proceeds of crime.

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'What a couple': engaged pair accused of running north shore cocaine delivery syndicate© Facebook Razija "Rosa" Adilovic is accused of running a cocaine delivery syndicate on the north shore.

Engaged to be married, 24-year-old Razija “Rosa” Adilovic and her fiancee Gabriel Issa, 25, were on top of the world. “What a couple”, Rosa, who did not work, wrote on a photo of the Campsie pair on Facebook in August.

But last month, the couple’s world came crashing down when they found themselves locked in the cells at Surry Hills Police Centre, accused of masterminding a syndicate that allegedly delivered cocaine to the exclusive north shore suburb of McMahon’s Point.

'What a couple': engaged pair accused of running north shore cocaine delivery syndicate© Facebook The happy couple - Rosa Adilovic and her boyfriend Gabriel Issa have been charged with running a cocaine delivery business.

Ms Adilovic was charged with knowingly directing the activities of a criminal group, supplying more than half a kilo of cocaine and knowingly dealing with $16,855 in the proceeds of crime.

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A Campsie couple accused of running a north shore cocaine syndicate allegedly bulk texted Razija 'Rosa' Adilovic is accused of running a cocaine delivery syndicate on the north shore . The pair then used another phone to co-ordinate delivery of the cocaine , which they allegedly sold for

Razija "Rosa" Adilovic and her partner Gabriel Issa, who police say ran a cocaine delivery empire to the north shore from their Campsie apartment. The couple were arrested at the Campsie home they shared in March, accused of masterminding the cocaine delivery syndicate .

'What a couple': engaged pair accused of running north shore cocaine delivery syndicate© Facebook Teenager Adam Issa is accused of supplying cocaine at McMahons Point.

It is understood that she refused to participate in a police interview.

Her partner was charged with knowingly directing the activities of a criminal group, supplying 480 grams of cocaine, dealing with almost $17,000 in proceeds of crime and possessing 77 grams of cocaine and six vials of steroids.

Police sources say they found the cocaine in a white Volkswagen Golf registered to Mr Issa’s company, Sydneywide Cleaning, hidden in a secret compartment under the passenger’s seat.

Strike Force Bibette officers arrested the couple at their Second Avenue apartment on March 15, while launching concurrent raids on an Unara Street apartment. Investigators say they seized white powder and over $17,000 cash, including $13,000 locked inside a safe.

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'What a couple': engaged pair accused of running north shore cocaine delivery syndicate© Facebook Gabriel Issa, who is accused of masterminding the syndicate with his fiancee Rosa Adilovic.

As the raids were happening, police also arrested Mr Issa’s teenage brother Adam Issa in his car on the north shore, allegedly finding $700 and eight individually packaged bags of cocaine.

Police say Adam Issa, 18, has been dealing cocaine on the north shore since at least February this year “for a financial reward”.

He was charged with two counts of participating in a criminal enterprise, the ongoing supply of prohibited drugs and knowingly dealing with the proceeds of crime.

Police also arrested a third man, James Hancock, 19, as he arrived back at the home. Investigators believe he is one of at least seven delivery drivers working for the alleged drug-dealing couple.

Mr Hancock was charged with participating in a criminal group, the ongoing supply of prohibited drugs and possessing 1.2 grams of cocaine.

All four faced Parramatta Court on March 16 and were refused bail.

However, Adam Issa, 18, was granted bail in a subsequent court hearing on March 28. The personal trainer is required to report daily to police, has surrendered his passport and must have no contact with his brother or the other alleged members of the syndicate as they await trial.

All four alleged syndicate members will return to Central Local Court on May 15.

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