Gold Coast Rapid Action and Patrols (RAP) conducted a successful traffic operation today in the Numinbah Valley area targeting drug and other traffic offences.
The police operation was held on the Nerang Murwillumbah Road and involved the interception of 169 vehicles.
During the operation, four people were charged with a total of fourteen charges including two positive random drug tests, three counts of possess dangerous drug, three counts of possess restricted item, four counts of possess utensil and one count of possess category M weapon.
Included in these figures was an alleged 37-year-old Mongol OMCG member from Gaven who was charged with a total of seven charges.
The man is due to appear in the Southport Magistrates Court on July 26.
The Gold Coast RAP continue to deliver on the Queensland Police Service commitment to detect and disrupt criminal behaviour in the Gold Coast area.
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