Toowoomba Police last week wrapped up a major drug operation across the region.
Operation Quebec Midway started in July of this year with its focus on the supply and distribution of illicit drugs in the area. The operation resulted in over 70 people being charged with drug offences.
Detectives also seized amphetamines, $96,000 in cash, and 13 illegal firearms.
Three Toowoomba men, aged 29, 42 and 46 were each charged respectively with 73, 70 and 87 counts of supplying dangerous drugs.
Police will also allege they located over $40,000 cash at an address used by the 29-year-old man.
Two of the men are due in the Toowoomba Magistrates Court in November, the 42-year-old will front court on the 12th and the 46-year-old on the 16th.
Detective Senior Sergeant Paul McCusker, OIC of Toowoomba Criminal Investigation Branch said although Operation Quebec Midway had closed police continue to receive information in relation to the supply of dangerous drugs, and these are actively being investigated.
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