Australia Four to face court over Sydney drug supply

23:10  18 march  2020
23:10  18 march  2020 Source:   msn.com

Fifth person charged over NSW shootings

  Fifth person charged over NSW shootings A fifth man is due to appear in court following investigations into a series of shootings across the NSW south coast.The incidents happened after December 1 and involved shots fired into homes at Batehaven and Batemans Bay, armed assaults, alleged drug supply, extortion, and fraudulent bushfire claims against a charity.

Police have allegedly busted a syndicate supplying cocaine and ecstasy in the Sydney metropolitan area, with three people to face court .

Three people arrested over Sydney drug and firearm network. Two men and a woman will appear in court after counter-terrorism police uncovered a drug and firearm network operating in Sydney 's south-west.

An alleged drug syndicate supplying heroin on Sydney's north shore has been busted, with three more men charged with multiple offences due to front court.

Three units at Artarmon and another at Lane Cove were searched early on Wednesday morning, while a 58-year-old man was arrested at the same time as he walked along Hampton Road in Artarmon, police said.

He was later charged with four counts of supplying prohibited drugs and dealing with property proceeds of crime, and he's been refused bail to appear in Hornsby Local Court on Thursday.

A 63-year-old man arrested at an Artarmon unit was charged with drug supply and he was granted conditional bail to appear in Hornsby Local Court on April 8.

A 56-year-old man was arrested at a Lane Cove property and also charged with supplying prohibited drugs. He was refused bail and is due to appear at Hornsby Local Court on Thursday.

A 50-year-old man was allegedly found in possession of heroin in Burwood earlier this month and was refused bail to appear in Burwood Local Court on April 1, charged with supplying a prohibited drug.

'Corrupt' WA health bureaucrats face court .
John Fullerton, the West Australian bureaucrat at the centre of the North Metropolitan Health Service corruption scandal, has faced court for the first time.According to the 2018 report, John Fullerton, David Mulligan and Shaun Ensor took gratuities including overseas flights, accommodation and boozy lunches from 11 contractors for a decade, giving them ongoing work in exchange.

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