'It must be drugs': Tamarama cafe manager arrested as he allegedly collects package for his dealer
When police arrested Diego Ardimento and his girlfriend Casja Lindroth Falk outside Paddington Post Office in April this year, he thought he knew why. The Italian national, who had been living in Tamarama with his partner and managing a cafe, had allegedly been asked by his drug dealer Antonio D'Amico to collect a package from the post office for him in exchange for cannabis.As the couple strolled down Oxford Street with the parcel, detectives descended.Document seen by the Herald allege the cafe manage resisted arrest, then said "What's in there? It must be drugs. I am just so scared".
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Cannabis cookies, jelly chews, popcorn and oil were found among other weed-related products in packages sent through the mail in Adelaide.
The total of 66 Express Post packages were intercepted by South Australia Police between October 29 and 31, and were addressed to different locations around the country.
"The AFP and its agency partners are well aware of this method of obtaining and distributing illicit drugs, and are committed to combating it by working proactively with freight companies and Australia Post," Australian Federal Police Detective Acting Superintendent Joshua Walsh said.
Illegal gardener jailed for 'enormous' cannabis haul in WA big enough to fill shipping container
A Vietnamese man is sentenced to seven years behind bars for growing one of the biggest marijuana crops ever discovered in Western Australia, with an estimated street value of more than $17 million. When police raided Truong's rural property near Gingin, north of Perth last year, they found enough cannabis plants to fill a 12-metre shipping container.A total of 7,567 plants were growing in 14 commercial-scale greenhouses on the 19-hectare property in Red Gully.At the time, WA Police Senior Sergeant Michael Rowson said he had "never seen anything like it" and said he suspected the crop was linked to organised crime.
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Police found two different clandestine drug laboratories in two houses located in the southern suburbs of Adelaide as a result of an investigation started after the seizure of the packages.
Cannabis rosin and oil was being extracted in one the premises and then being used in the baking of cookies, confectionary slice, jelly chews, chocolate and popcorn in the other laboratory.
Two men in their mid-30s were arrested and charged with 29 counts of trafficking and manufacturing a controlled drug.
They were granted bail and will have to face court on December 12.
Man charged for lighting NSW bushfire to protect cannabis crop .
A 51-year-old man has been charged for allegedly lighting a blaze that threatened homes in the northern NSW. Police allege the man lit the fire, which has grown out of control and burnt more then 3500 hectares, to protect his cannabis crop near Ebor, east of Armidale in the Northern Tablelands on Thursday.The man was arrested on Friday afternoon and taken to Armidale Police Station where he was charged with intentionally causing a fire and recklessness to allow its spread.© AAP More than 60 fires are burning across NSW.