AustraliaDownfall of the socialite and his VERY glamorous wife who rubbed shoulders with Sydney's elite and lived a jetset lifestyle before he was charged with drug trafficking offences
Man charged over Sydney house blaze
A man who allegedly set a house on fire and ran inside to escape police in Sydney's north west has been charged.
A Sydney socialite and massage app mogul has been arrested for allegedly supplying 300kg of cocaine in the city.
Matthew James Doyle was charged with supplying a commercial quantity of cocaine and two counts of knowingly dealing with cash that was the proceeds of crime, according to .
Doyle, from Burraneer in Sydney’s south, was arrested with two others by the NSW Police Organised Crime Squad on Wednesday.
Canberra cafe owner Brendan Baker jailed for 13 years over drug offences
A Canberra cafe owner who used social media to show off flashy cars and brag about his apparent success has been jailed for drug trafficking in the ACT Supreme Court. Brendan Leigh Baker, 28, was found guilty in June of 11 charges related to drug trafficking and dealing with the proceeds of crime, and was today sentenced to 13 years and eight months in prison. He allegedly attempted to import drugs from China, and large wads of cash were found in his home after police searches.
Doyle and his wife Kelsea and known in Sydney's elite social circles and frequent the Bondi Icebergs restaurant.
Before his arrest the 31-year-old ran a start-up, which is dubbed the 'Uber of massages'.
His wife Kelsea has previously worked with high-end fashion brand Camilla and March as a marketing and PR manager.
According to court documents, Doyle allegedly supplied the illegal drugs between April 23 and September 4.
Doyle has also been accused of handling criminally obtained cash of $220,000 between July 26 and 31 at Hammondville and $300,000 on September 4 at Cronulla.
Brisbane police officer charged over sexual misconduct with a child
Allegations were made about the Senior Constable's misconduct towards a child under the age of 16. The officer was also placed under investigation before being charged with five child grooming and using the internet to procure offences under section 218 of the criminal code. The Queensland Police Service said it had undertaken to inform the public when an officer faced serious allegations of misconduct. "This does not mean that the allegations against the officer have been substantiated," it said.
NSW Police confirmed to Daily Mail Australia that a 31-year-old man has been arrested and charged.
'He is before the courts,' it said in a statement.
The two others arrested by NSW Police are Jared Ramond Hart, 30, of Bronte, and Raoul Kesby, 28, from Woolloomooloo.
Hart has been charged with knowingly dealing with the proceeds of crime and Kesby is charged with supplying a large commercial quantity of illegal drugs.
The accused are scheduled to appear in Central Local Court later this month.
Man charged with 32 offences following alleged car theft, dramatic peak-hour police chase.
After spending several days in hospital under police guard, a 25-year-old man from Warrnambool was charged and remanded to face court on Wednesday.