Drugs and a firearm uncovered during the Operation Romeo Monument search warrant executed at Gordonbrook on April 30.
Drugs and a firearm uncovered during the Operation Romeo Monument search warrant executed at Gordonbrook on April 30. Queensland Police

Explosives, firearm and drugs seized in Gordonbrook search

DANGEROUS drugs, drug utensils and explosives were discovered when a search warrant was executed at Gordonbrook as part of an ongoing drug enforcement operation.

The Operation Romeo Monument bust was a result of a joint operation between the Burnett Tactical Action Team and the Murgon Criminal Investigation Branch and was assisted by local general duties officers on April 30.

Drugs were discovered during a search at Gordonbrook on April 30.
Drugs were discovered during a search at Gordonbrook on April 30. Queensland Police

As a result, a 34-year-old Gordonbrook man was charged with drug production, drug possession, possession of drug utensils, unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of explosives (ammunition).

He will appear in the Kingaroy Magistrates Court on May 24.

Detective inspector Mat Kelly said these types of operations were random in nature.

"These operations, supported by local intelligence and valuable information from across the community, will continue to be executed across the southwest district,” he said.

"By disrupting criminal behaviour in this way, we aim to deter future offending.”