Queensland restaurant owner arrested after major drug sting

Popular Brisbane Italian restaurant Mariosarti has been raided as part of a major Queensland Police investigation into cocaine trafficking.

Owner Daniel Milos and two other men were arrested in the sting this morning.

The Fig Tree Pocket home he shares with his partner and two children was among several premises raided across Brisbane and Logan.

His brother Peter Milos co-owned the restaurant on Sherwood Road at Toowong before he was murdered in 2014.

Mr Milos' arrest was part of Operation Oscar Decimal which targeted a number of Brisbane residential and business addresses.

$750,000 worth of drugs were found after 11 search warrants were used on a number of Brisbane residential and business addresses on Friday. Source: Queensland Police

"The search warrants resulted in the arrest of several people on drug related matters, including a 40-year-old Fig Tree Pocket man for trafficking cocaine," Queensland Police said following the sting.

"While enquiries remain ongoing, four people have been arrested this morning on 30 serious drug related charges. Police have also seized drugs valued at $750,000."

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