Drugs could have been sold ‘for $6.2m’
The 21.79kg of methamphetamine three men left in an Osborne Park storage unit last year could have sold for $6.2 million if it was not found by police, a court was told last week.
Storm Henderson and Benjamin Lichtenberg helped their friend Joshua Gaskell carry a trunk, two black tubs, and a boogie board into a unit at Kangaroo Storage 16 months ago.
Inside the containers were meth, cocaine, MDMA, $569,000 in cash, guns, ammunition and drug-dealing equipment.
Mr Henderson and Mr Lichtenberg claim they had no idea what was inside the containers, but prosecutors say they knowingly helped Mr Gaskell with his drug dealing.
Mr Henderson and Mr Lichtenberg have been charged with possessing the drugs with intent to sell or supply and possessing unlawfully obtained cash.
The hearing continues.