Police arrested six people and charged 14 offenders as part of a large scale three-night operation in Shepparton and Wodonga, which uncovered 50 kilograms of marijuana.
Victoria Police's air wing, K9 unit, highway patrol and detectives teamed up with the Eastern Region Crime Squad to target dangerous driving and criminal activity last week.
Last Monday, highway patrol intercepted a 28-year-old Point Cook man on the Hume Freeway near Barnawartha at about 10.10pm.
The man claimed he was on his way to Sydney despite not having the appropriate permit.
Upon inspection of his car police allegedly located 50 kilograms of marijuana.
The man was charged with trafficking and possessing a commercial quantity of cannabis.
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On the same night police attempted to intercept a man riding an unregistered motorbike in McFarland Road Wodonga.
The driver allegedly evaded police, riding through a number of residential streets, before heading into park land where he abandoned the bike and fled on foot.
Police air wing tracked the man to a residential property.
The 25-year-old was found hiding in the front yard of a Trudewind Street house.
The motorbike was impounded and the man was charged by summons with offences including unlicensed driving, driving an unregistered motor vehicle and careless driving.
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