Police charge woman after Treendale raid

Kate FieldingSouth Western Times

Police have seized drugs and an “electric shock device” and charged an Australind woman with a string of offences following a search at a Treendale home yesterday.

A number of South West detectives and police swooped on the home yesterday afternoon and spent more than an hour raiding the property.

Police search a home in Treendale yesterday afternoon.
Camera IconPolice search a home in Treendale yesterday afternoon. Credit: South Western Times, Mitchell Woodcock

Police allege an amount of methamphetamine, a drug implement and a prohibited weapon were located during the search.

The 44-year-old woman has been charged with eight counts of offering to sell or supply a prohibited drug and one count each of possessing a prohibited drug, possessing methamphetamine with intent to sell or supply, possessing drug paraphernalia and possessing a prohibited weapon.

Police search a home in Treendale yesterday afternoon.
Camera IconPolice search a home in Treendale yesterday afternoon. Credit: South Western Times, Mitchell Woodcock

The woman is due to appear in Bunbury Magistrates Court today.

Police are encouraging community members to keep contacting Crime Stoppers with illicit drug activity information, saying yesterday’s search was a result of information received.

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