POLICE have discovered two rifles and a shotgun buried in the backyard of a home on the Central Coast during a search warrant.
About 7.30pm on Friday officers from Brisbane Water Police District, with assistance from Strike Force Raptor North, executed a search at a home on Lentara Road, Umina Beach.
During the search, police found two shortened .22 calibre rifles and a 12 gauge shotgun buried in the backyard.
More than one kilogram of methylamphetamine, nearly 400 grams of heroin, 1.4 grams of MDMA, 17 grams of cannabis, three motorcycles, a Toyota 86, a mountain bike, mobile phones, jewellery and nearly $95,000 cash was also seized.
A 67-year-old man and 53-year-old woman were arrested at the home and taken to Gosford Police Station.
The man was charged with 13 drug and firearms offences including two counts of possess shortened firearm (not pistol) without authority, possess unauthorised firearm, three counts of possess prohibited drug and supply prohibited drug (large commercial quantity).
The woman was charged with supply prohibited drug (large commercial quantity), supply prohibited drug (commercial quantity) and organises/conducts/assists drug premises.
They were both formally refused bail to appear at Gosford Local Court on Monday.
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