Police swoop on pair after $1m cemetery money haul

2021-04-19 15:18:00

Two males have been charged with cash laundering after police found $1 million in money on the Guildford Cemetery.

Cash laundering squad detectives arrested a 30-year-old Hocking man and a 22-year-old East Fremantle man after the bumper money haul was found earlier this month.

Officers raided the Hocking man’s home after the money was found, the place they allegedly discovered 200g of methylamphetamine.

He has been charged with laundering property or cash from the proceeds of a significant offence and possessing a trafficable amount of meth with intent to promote of provide.

He is because of seem at Perth Justice of the Peace’s Court docket on Might 3.

The East Fremantle man was charged with laundering property or cash from the proceeds of a significant offence and can seem in Perth Justice of the Peace’s Court docket on June 28.

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