Two men charged with trafficking methamphetamine

UPDATE, Tuesday, 10am: TWO Warrnambool men have been remanded in custody charged with trafficking drugs after a police raid netted 30 grams of ice worth more than $10,000.

Reihana Thomas Heremaia, 32, and Bernard Whelan, 28, both of Murray Street, separately but unsuccessfully applied for bail in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court.

They were remanded in custody until September 3 after magistrate Cynthia Toose refused their bail applications.

The men have been charged with possessing, using and trafficking ice. 

Mr Heremaia has also been charged with negligently dealing with the proceeds of crime.

Mr Whelan with committing offences while on bail.

Police raided a Murray Street home early Friday morning and found a large quantity of drugs valued at more than $10,000.

​Earlier: TWO Warrnambool men have been charged with trafficking drugs after ice worth more than $10,000 was seized during a police raid late last week.

Sergeant Cameron Ross, of the Warrnambool police divisional response unit, said officers executed a search warrant at an address in Warrnambool’s Murray Street at 6.15am Friday.

He said police found 30 grams of methamphetamine and a small amount of cash.

Two men, aged 32 and 28 years old, were arrested, interviewed and charged with possessing, using and trafficking ice and possessing the proceeds of crime (the cash).

They are expected to appear in the Warrnambool Magistrate Court later today for a bail/remand hearing.