On this episode we look at a man who was once dubbed a success story for small businesses on a television commercial, pleading guilty to drugs charges. The Australian Border Force arrest a man for allegedly importing firearms and firearms parts from the US and thousands of dollars of vapes and illegal tobacco seized in Deniliquin.
A man who was in a commercial, encouraging migrants to start small businesses in Australia has admitted to planning to import drugs into the country. Hamid Ranjbarian was arrested in 2019 for trying to smuggle 40kg of meth from the Middle East and Asia.
Thousands of dollars in illegal tobacco products including vapes, chop chop and illegally imported cigarettes — have been seized from a Deniliquin business. Health workers from Murrumbidgee Local Health District found the items during a routine inspection.
A 54 year old man has been arrested in Adelaide after Australian Border Force (ABF) officers located undeclared firearm parts concealed within his baggage on return to Australia from the United States of America. Find out what else cops found when they searched his house on this episode of BUSTED.
BUSTED cuts through the fluff of the mainstream news by bringing you everything you need to know about crime in your community. BUSTED’s weekly commentary gives you the best access to experts, Rohan Pike and Heath Michael, as they explain to you the tricks of the criminal trade and the latest methods police are using to bust these bad guys!