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Police find $500,000 of ice at Darra home

A MAN has been charged with producing dangerous drugs after police found two kilograms of methylamphetamine at a house in Darra. 

Police from the State Crime and Serious Crime Group along with officers from Brisbane yesterday raided the home finding meth (ice) in excess of $500,000 and a small illicit drug laboratory.

As a result of this action a 60-year-old Darra man has been charged with a total of seven offences including produce dangerous drugs, and possess dangerous drugs.

He is due to appear in the Richlands Magistrates Court today in relation to the charges.

"The production and trafficking of methylamphetamine (ice) is a high priority for the Queensland Police Service and part of the Drug and Serious Crime Group's commitment to disrupting these drug trafficking networks throughout Queensland," Detective Inspector Mark Slater of the Drug and Serious Crime Group said.

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