‘Scandalous and predatory’: Six people charged over alleged cannabis cultivation and COVID-19 fraud.

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Six people, including three real estate agents, have been charge

over a scheme where they allegedly pockete more than $700,000

in COVID-19 rental relief payments and use rental properties as 

drug labs.NSW Police arrested and charged six people yesterday

aged between 23 and 52 as part of a year-long investigation into

an alleged criminal syndicate operation to grow cannabis and

fraudulently obtain COVID-19 rental relief payments.Detective

Inspector Luke Scott said police attended five Fairfield properties

that had “sophisticated hydroponic cannabis set-ups” between

July and August last year.LIVE UPDATES:Barty addresses retirement

“The nature of this fraud is particularly scandalous and predatory

Six people, including three real estate agents, have been charged over a scheme where they allegedly pocketed more than $700,000 in COVID-19 rental relief payments and used rental properties as drug labs.
Police uncovered almost 600 cannabis plants during their investigations. (NSW Police)
Six people, including three real estate agents, have been charged over a scheme where they allegedly pocketed more than $700,000 in COVID-19 rental relief payments and used rental properties as drug labs.
Five properties were allegedly being used to grow the cannabis. (NSW Police)

Police uncovered 598 cannabis plants

which have an estimated street value of $2 million.”We identified a real estate agency within the Fairfield area had been hiring or renting these properties enabling them to grow this cannabis,” Detective Inspector Scott said.Officers said the hydroponic setups have ruined the properties and they now “require complete fitouts”.YOU MAY ALSO LIKERecommended byHow to get away with Money LaunderingSPONSORED | iranintl – web3Here’s what full mouth dental implants should cost you in 2022SPONSORED | Dental Implants Cost | Search adsVillas For Sale in Dubai Might Surprise YouSPONSORED | Villas in Dubai | Search adsStrike Force Delbo was established to dismantle this criminal syndicate.

Six people, including three real estate agents, have been charged over a scheme where they allegedly pocketed more than $700,000 in COVID-19 rental relief payments and used rental properties as drug labs.
The amount of cannabis seized is estimated to be worth $2 million. (NSW Police)

During investigations, police also identified a number of large-scale fraudulent applications under the NSW Government COVID-19 Residential Tenancy Support Package scheme.”We identified a number of the people associated with the real estate agency were committing criminal offences, not just the enhanced cultivation of cannabis but we uncovered a significant fraud against the COVID-19 grant scheme,” Detective Inspector Scott said.READ MORE:How Putin could be prosecuted for war crimes

Six people, including three real estate agents, have been charged over a scheme where they allegedly pocketed more than $700,000 in COVID-19 rental relief payments and used rental properties as drug labs.
Detective Inspector Luke Scott said he was “disgusted” by the group’s actions. (9News)

The nature of this fraud is particularly scandalous and predatory

Detective Inspector Scott said the group allegedly fraudulently obtained $700,000 worth of COVID-19 rental relief grants.”None of that money went to the people that it was intend to, this real estate agency took that money for personal gain,” he said.”They were design to help people in the time of need… to see a small group of people think it’s alright to take advantage of the money we have given to our community members who are struggling, I’m absolutely disgust.”Detective Inspector Scott said police will allege in court 160 separate properties had COVID-19 rental relief claims made for them.

“The nature of this fraud is particularly scandalous and predatory

“That means 160 different tenants had claims made on their behalf and they weren’t even aware,” he said.READ MORE:Moderna to produce millions of mRNA vaccines in Australia

Six people, including three real estate agents, have been charged over a scheme where they allegedly pocketed more than $700,000 in COVID-19 rental relief payments and used rental properties as drug labs.
The 52-year-old man was charged with 10 offences. (NSW Police)

Five people, including a 52-year-old man

, a 44-year-old man, two 35-year-old men, and a 37-year-old

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woman, were refuse bail to appear at Fairfield Local Court today.

“The nature of this fraud is particularly scandalous and predatory

A 23-year-old man appear at Newtown Local Court and was grant

“The nature of this fraud is particularly scandalous and predatory

strict conditional bail to reappear at Fairfield Local Court in May.”The nature of this fraud is particularly scandalous and predatory; the community won’t tolerate it, and those involved now have our court system to answer to,” Detective Inspector Scott said.BUY LSD TABS ONLINE FOR GREAT RATE Australia.

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