Drugs, cash and ammunition has been seized by police in raids at two Colac properties with the assistance of a Victoria Police drug squad dog.
Detective Senior Constable Jessica Johnston, of the Colac police crime investigation unit, said officers executed drug warrants at residential premises in Colac's Marks Street and Gray Court on Monday.
A couple of grams of methamphetamine and about eight grams of cannabis was seized, mostly in deal bags, as well as $1450 in cash and two shotgun cartridges.
"A narcotics dog from the Victoria Police drug squad was involved in both raids," Detective Senior Constable Johnston said.
"A 36-year-old female was charged and bailed to attend the Colac Magistrates Court on September 28.
"A 42-year-old male was charged and remanded in custody to appear at the Geelong Magistrates Court.
"A 41-year-old male was also located during the execution of the warrants. It was identified that this male had outstanding warrants.
"He was charged and remanded to appear at the Geelong Magistrates Court."
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