Police say they’ve uncovered a new way methamphetamine is being smuggled into NewZealand - the addictive drug is being “masked” at the source country, then chemically altered to turn into P once it arrives here.
Four men aged 59, 47, 38 and 54, face charges in the Auckland District Court today after a joint police and Customs investigation disrupted a new form of methamphetamine importation.
The men are charged with a range of offences relating to the supply of methamphetamine and the possession of equipment with intent to manufacture a controlled drug (methamphetamine).
The first two defendants appeared in the District Court at Auckland this afternoon.
Yuen Chueng Chan, 42, a salesman, was remanded in custody and will reappear via video-link in court, also on April 6.
Shui Tong Wong, 60, a former chef and takeaway business operator who was currently unemployed, was also remanded in custody to the same date. (more…)
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