Australian Federal Police have arrested two males suspected of dealing arms and located suspected methamphetamine in an Aristocrat slot machine. [Image: Shutterstock.com]
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) struck it fortunate on a Choy Solar Returns slot machine this week following a raid on suspected arms sellers in Melbourne.
100 grams of suspected methamphetamines, 4.7kgs of Butanediol, and different chemical substances
As reported by the Echo Instances, AFP officers discovered 100 grams of suspected methamphetamines, 4.7kgs of Butanediol, and different chemical substances to make unlawful medicine throughout the slot machine. The AFP took to Twitter on Thursday to share the arrest of the 2 suspected arms sellers, Sime Govic and Ralph Sapin, the results of an Australia-US investigation:
The AFP alleges Govic and Sapin are a part of a prison syndicate that tried to import firearm elements from the US into Melbourne over a three-month interval. US Homeland Safety Investigations (HSI) tipped the AFP off to the scheme in June.
Throughout Wednesday’s searches on each Govic’s residence and a business tackle, the Instances acknowledged, the AFP discovered faux IDs, medicine, .223 ammunition, and a rifle journal. Mixed costs towards each males embrace importing prohibited firearms, drug possession, drug trafficking, possession of precursor chemical substances, falsifying paperwork, and dealing with stolen items.
In a news release, the AFP acknowledged the utmost penalty for all offenses consists of as much as ten years in jail.