HEROIN and ice have been seized in an operation targeting wanted offenders and drug transportation. Operation Keen saw 767 drivers breath-tested, 39 infringements issued and six people charged in two days at Narrabri.
Oxley police commander acting superintendent Kylie Endemi was pleased.
"Operation Keen is an excellent example of our ongoing and unwavering commitment to keeping our roads safe and disrupting the criminal activity associated with illegal substances within our community," she said.
The operation was staffed with police from Oxley Criminal Investigation, Traffic and Highway Patrol, Oxley Target Action Group, Narrabri General Duties, and the dog squad.
On Friday at about 3:30pm, officers searched a Nissan Navara on the Newell Highway. It's alleged the police found 49.8g of a liquid substance thought to be methylamphetamine, which was sent for analsysi.
Later that day at 8:45pm, a 20-year-old man was found mid-range drink-driving, with a 0.097 blood alcohol level.
The man's licence was suspended and he was issued a court attendance notice to appear in Narrabri Local Court in October.
On Saturday, police arrested a 45-year-old man on an outstanding warrant. It's alleged the man was in possession of a small quantity of morphine and heroin, he was charged and bail refused. He appeared in Moree Local Court on Monday as inquiries continue.
That evening at 8pm, police allege a Toyota Prado tried to avoid and RBT on the Newell Highway.
The 24-year-old driver was on a demerit point suspension and detected travelling 30km over the speed limit.
He was issued a court attendance notice.