MORNINGTON police seized imitation firearms, drugs and cash from a Dromana house last week.
They allegedly found $20,000 in cash, two gel blasters, .22 calibre ammunition, and drugs believed to include cannabis, magic mushrooms, LSD, MDMA and others, at the Coleus Street property, 9.05am, Friday 1 October.
A 30-year-old man arrested at the scene was charged with 22 offences, including trafficking drugs of dependence, being a prohibited person possessing an imitation firearm, possessing cartridge ammunition, bail offences and negligently dealing with the proceeds of crime.
He was remanded to appear at Frankston Magistrates Court yesterday (Monday 4 October).
Police said gel blasters, classified as imitation firearms, were banned. Penalties for possessing, using or carrying an imitation firearm include up to two years’ jail for a non-prohibited person and up to 10 years’ jail for a prohibited person.