Four men were arrested after cash and drugs worth more than $40,000 was seized in a police raid near Casterton on Wednesday.
Members of the police Western Region Crime Squad, in coordination with Portland and Hamilton detectives and uniform officers, executed a drug warrant at an address in Satimer Road, Wando Vale, about 2.30pm Wednesday.
At the property they found $16,000 in cash, 38 grams of methamphetamine worth about $25,000 and 80g of cannabis.
A man in his mid 30s who lives at the address was charged with trafficking meth, possession of meth and cannabis, dealing with the suspected proceeds of crime and bail offences.
A lawyer appeared in Warrnambool Magistrates Court on Thursday representing the man.
He did not apply for bail and was remanded in custody until June 22.
Three other men were also arrested and charged.
A South Australian man in his 20s was charged with burglary, a Hamilton man in his 50s was charged and bailed with possessing meth and cannabis and a Melbourne man in his 20s was intercepted leaving the property.
He was charged with possessing cannabis and possessing the suspected proceeds of crime.
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