A total of 94 charges have been handed down to 18 people in western Queensland following a 12-month sting operation targeting drugs and weapons.
Officers in Charleville, 740km from Brisbane, executed 24 search warrants across three separate towns following 12-months of Operation Sierra Shard.
Private residences across Charleville, Warwick and Cunnamulla were on Tuesday and Wednesday targeted for drug supply, distribution and usage across the region.
Police seized drugs at a Chester street residence in Charleville including methamphetamine, cannabis and drug utensils.
They also allegedly seized two quad bikes, a car, four drones and multiple mobile phones and computers, as well as cash.
Those charged include a 32-year-old Charleville man, who is facing 20 counts of supplying dangerous drugs, two counts of possessing things used in the commission of a drug offence, and once count each of drug trafficking and possessing dangerous drugs.
He was remanded in custody and appeared in the Charleville Magistrates Court on Wednesday.
A 23-year-old Charleville woman was also charged with 18 counts of supplying dangerous drugs, two counts of possessing things used in the commission of a drug offence and one count of drug trafficking.
She also faced court on Wednesday.