Police have found two firearms, ammunition, LSD and cannabis for supply after searching a Whangārei house.
Three people were arrested after a search warrant was conducted at a Parahaki address by the Whangārei Tactical Crime Unit on Monday.
A 21-year-old woman and two men, aged 21 and 23, appeared in Whangārei District Court on Tuesday morning.
The trio, all from the same address in Parahaki, have been charged with possessing the Class-A psychedelic drug LSD for supply.
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All three were also charged with possessing cannabis, a class-C drug, for supply.
The woman and 23-year-old man also face charges of unlawfully possessing firearms, possessing ammunition without a firearms licence and failing to assist police executing a search warrant.
Police accuse them of having two rifles – a 7.62 SKS and a .22 Ruger – plus 197 rounds of .22 and 76 rounds of 7.62 ammunition.
The trio face a maximum penalty of life imprisonment if convicted.
They were all remanded in custody, to reappear on August 9.