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210 CHARGES LAID FOLLOWING CENTRAL COAST POLICE RAIDS

A dozen people have been charged with a combined 210 offences, after police executed a series of raids across the Central Coast on Friday.

Officers searched seven homes at around six o’clock yesterday morning, as part of an ongoing investigation into the alleged supply of methylamphetamines in the area.

Eight men and four women aged between 23 and 63 years-old were arrested at the properties, at Watanobbi, Wyong, Tumbi Umbi and Long Jetty.

All 12 were taken to Wyong Police Station and charged with a combined 210 offences.

It’s alleged a search of the properties uncovered drugs, knives, knuckledusters, mobile phones and other drug-related items, as well as property suspected of being stolen.

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