Brisbane chef to face court on drug charge
A prominent Brisbane restaurateur accused of trafficking cocaine in a sophisticated operation has been charged and is due to front court.

Prominent Brisbane restaurant owner Daniel Milos is due to appear in court after being arrested following a series of raids police allege has ended a city-wide cocaine distribution operation.

The 40-year-old was charged following searches of 11 properties across Brisbane and the Gold Coast on Friday, during which cocaine and high-end cars were seized.

Police say Milos and four "business associates" have been charged with 30 serious drug offences, including trafficking cocaine.

His Toowong restaurant Mariosarti was extensively searched but investigators wouldn't confirm if it had been used to launder drug money.

It's understood Milos will appear at Brisbane Magistrates Court on Saturday.

AAP

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