Tried to import 400g of cocaine through the mail

A MAN, 22, from Canterbury, has been charged after allegedly importing 400g of cocaine through the mail from Chile.
A package which arrived at the Sydney mail facility last month and described as containing a ‘survey ruler’, allegedly contained white powder concealed within a ruler and subsequently tested positive for cocaine.
A search warrant was also executed at a home in Canterbury, where officers allegedly seized mobile phones, $32,000 cash, a machete, cannabis, cocaine, various items associated with the supply of prohibited drugs, and three post parcels.
The man was charged with importing a commercial quantity of a border-controlled drug, possess prohibited drug, possess unauthorised firearm, supply prohibited drug, and deal with the proceeds of crime.