Croydon Meth Lab Uncovered and three men have been arrested.
Three men have been arrested over an ‘industrial-sized’ methamphetamine laboratory was discovered in Adelaide’s inner west suburb of Croydon.
Police have confirmed the arrests of three men, who were directly involved in what’s believed to be one of the biggest manufacturers of the drug ice found in South Australia. Further arrests are to be expected, after hundreds of kilograms of (what is believed to be) pseudoephedrine powder was found at the premises.
CROYDON METH LAB UNCOVERED AND THREE MEN HAVE BEEN ARRESTED.
As an ongoing joint operation by the SA Police and Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission, detectives from the Serious and Organised Crime Branch assisted by STAR Group, conducted a search of the premises at Scotia Street, Croydon yesterday.
The house was located less than 900m from a primary school and Detective Superintendent Mark Trenwith, the officer in charge of SOCB, says
“The most significant outcome of this joint operation is that hundreds of kilograms of meth will be prevented from hitting the street...”
Members of the public who have information about drug trafficking or manufacture are urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333000 or report online at www.crimestopperssa.com.au – you can remain anonymous.