Man charged following discovery of over £100k worth of drugs in Belfast
A 37-year-old man has been charged with a number of drugs offences following the discovery of a suspected amphetamine base in Belfast on Thursday.
The man has been charged with possession of a class A controlled drug, possession of a class B controlled drug, possession of a class C controlled drug, possessing a class A controlled drug with intent to supply, possessing a class B controlled drug with intent to supply, possessing a class C controlled drug with intent to supply and producing a class B controlled drug.
The charges are in connection with the seizure of drugs with an estimated street value in excess of £100,000 in east Belfast on Thursday April 5.
A suspected amphetamine base was discovered along with several thousand tablets and a quantity of suspected cocaine, during a search by specialist officers from the Belfast District Support Team at an address off the Ravenhill Road.
A large sum of cash was also found.
The man is expected to appear before Belfast Magistrates Court on Friday morning.
Belfast Telegraph Digital