Ridiculous moment when the police seized a POKIE machine during a drug gang robbery
- Two men were arrested after police allegedly seized items that were involved in the cocaine supply
- Detectives pounced on homes in Revesby, Woolooware, Moorebank Friday
- Allegedly seized cocaine, cash, drug paraphernalia, steroids, poker machine
- The men were denied bail and are due to appear in Parramatta District Court
A pokie machine was confiscated during an operation for alleged drug supply. Officials have uncovered cash, electronic storage devices, phones, drug paraphernalia and steroids, according to police.
Organized Crime Squad detectives investigated criminal groups allegedly involved in the cocaine supply in south and southwest Sydney.
Police carried out search warrants on Friday morning in homes in Revesby, Woolooware and Moorebank.
The police rushed into the houses in the south and southwest of Sydney on Friday morning and confiscated a poker machine (picture).
Police confiscated a number of items related to the investigation (pictured), including drugs and a safe, detectives say
Police arrested a 34-year-old man on charges of delivering over 1 kg of cocaine and handling the proceeds of crime.
He is due to appear in Parramatta District Court on Saturday, where police claim he runs a cocaine supply network in south-west Sydney.
A 29-year-old man was also arrested and charged with supplying cocaine.
He was denied bail and is due to appear before Parramatta District Court on Saturday, where police claim he checked the delivery element of the operation.
As a result, two men were arrested and reportedly appearing in Parramatta District Court on Saturday (Image: one of the arrested men)
The arrests come just two days after three men were arrested in an unrelated incident in which police rioted on a suspected $ 14.7 million real estate fraud ring and took away not only financial documents, but also guns and poker machines.
The alleged fraud involved a real estate agent and two others who conspired to publish false documents in order to obtain home loans.
Five shops and homes in Illawarra were searched on Wednesday. Two 33-year-old men were arrested in Wongawilli and Calderwood.
The police confiscated financial documents, poker machines, firearms and electronic devices, which the police said should be forensically examined.
The police issued search warrants on Wednesday and allegedly confiscated poker machines (picture)
After the search, several firearms (pictured) are said to have been seized by the police
They were accused of posting 19 false and misleading information in order to gain an advantage, dishonestly obtain a financial advance through deception, and to join a criminal organization to contribute to criminal activity.
A third man, 35, was arrested at the Illawarra Lake Police Station and charged with nine frauds.
Police will claim the 33-year-old men used fake documentation to obtain a $ 14.7 million loan to build homes in Avondale.
They will also claim that the 35-year-old man used his position as a real estate agent to publish false sales contracts.
Investigations are ongoing and further charges are expected to be brought.
All three men have been given bail and are due to appear before Port Kembla District Court on April 14.