Police have smashed what they allege is a “dial-a-dealer” drug ring following a series of raids across western Sydney.
NSW Police on Friday arrested three men and a teenager and charged them with serious drug offences.
Police established Strike Force Winetr earlier this year in an effort to break an alleged cocaine supply syndicate, which they believed was involved in a “dial-a-dealer” scheme.
As part of the three-month operation, officers raided homes at Fairfield West, Smithfield and Bossley Park on Friday morning.
Police seized drugs, electronic devices and $70,000 in cash during the operation.
A 24-year-old man was arrested at a Fairfield West Home and was charged with directing a criminal group, commercial drug supply and other offences
A 21-year-old was arrested at a Smithfield address and charged with driving and drug offences, including supplying a commercial quantity of a prohibited drug.
A 25-year-old man and 17-year-old teenage boy were arrested at Bossley Park.
The 25-year-old is facing five counts of supplying a prohibited drug, among other drug charges.
The teenage boy was charged with supplying a prohibited drug before being granted bail to appear before Parramatta Children’s Court later this month.
The other three men were all denied bail.