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AustraliaAccused Canberra drug trafficker with alleged gang links arrested at workplace as police seize meth, cocaine

07:40  23 may  2019
07:40  23 may  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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© Supplied/ACT Policing Police arrest accused drug trafficker Khaled Khoder at his workplace over alleged drug trafficking. Khaled Khoder, 27, was arrested at his workplace after police found a variety of drugs during the raids, which included his own home.

A man allegedly linked to the Comancheros bikie gang faces serious drug charges after raids on homes in Canberra and New South Wales, which saw more than 0,000 in drugs seized .

Accused Canberra drug trafficker with alleged gang links arrested at workplace as police seize meth, cocaine© Supplied/ACT Policing Police arrest accused drug trafficker Khaled Khoder at his workplace over alleged drug trafficking. An accused senior member of the Comancheros bikie gang faces serious charges after raids on homes in Canberra and New South Wales, which saw more than $150,000 in drugs seized.

Khaled Khoder, 27, was arrested at his workplace after police found a variety of drugs during the raids, which included his own home.

Today he was formally charged in the ACT Magistrates Court with eight counts of drug trafficking.

Police said 300 grams of methylamphetamine was found during the raids, along with 30 grams of cocaine and 30 grams of MDMA.

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A man allegedly linked to the Comancheros bikie gang faces serious drug charges after raids on homes in Canberra and New South Wales, which saw more than 0,000 in drugs seized . Khaled Khoder, 27, was arrested at his workplace after police found a variety of drugs during the raids

A man allegedly linked to the Comancheros bikie gang faces serious drug charges after raids on homes in Canberra and New South Wales, which saw more than Khaled Khoder, 27, was arrested at his workplace after police found a variety of drugs during the raids, which included his own home.

Police estimated the value of the drugs to be $154,000.

Accused Canberra drug trafficker with alleged gang links arrested at workplace as police seize meth, cocaine© Supplied/ACT Policing Police found an array of different drugs during their raids.

Detective Superintendent Scott Moller said the arrest was a combined effort between ACT Policing, the national gangs squad, national canine operations and the New South Wales Police.

He said further arrests could not be ruled out.

"This investigation is active and ongoing and I expect there will be further charges," he said.

"Our intelligence shows this network was not only based in Canberra but stretched into New South Wales as well."

Mr Khoder did not apply for bail and has been remanded in custody until his next appearance in June.

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