Queensland police have seized drugs, cash and weapons from a suspected Gold Coast bikie clubhouse and charged three men.
About five kilograms of cannabis, weapons, drug paraphernalia and $46,000 have been seized from an alleged bikie clubhouse on the Gold Coast.
Three men, aged 51, 23 and 17, believed to be part of the Odin’s Warriors gang, were charged following the raid at a Worongary home on Friday morning.
“The potential value of the drugs located is approximately $45,000,” police allege.
The oldest of the trio was charged with drugs and firearms offences and is due before Southport Magistrates Court on Saturday.
Similar charges were laid against the 17-year-old, who’s due before the same court in late November.
The other man, 23, was hit with drugs charges and is also expected to appear at the Southport Magistrates Court in November.
Guns and drugs were also discovered at another bikie-linked drug lab at a house in Kurwongbah, west of Redcliffe.
“The drug manufacture operation was linked to the Bandidos and Hells Angels criminal motorcycle gangs with the drugs distributed through gang networks in Brisbane and Toowoomba,” police allege.
Methylamphetamines, also known as ice, cannabis, a semi-automatic handgun and a rifle were taken from the home and three people charged.
Two men, 32 and 36, were charged over the drugs and guns while a 34-year-old woman has been charged with possessing a dangerous drug.
They are expected to front the Pine Rivers Magistrates Court “at a later date,” police said.