Police have arrested two men and seized several kilograms of drugs, cash and a pill press from a property in Adelaide’s south.

Key points:

  • Two men were arrested and charged with serious drug offences
  • A pill press and $26,000 in cash were among items seized
  • In a separate incident, a woman was charged after she was allegedly found with an axe and a taser

The industrial site at Morphett Vale was searched about 6:00pm on Thursday by officers from the Crime Gangs Task Force and STAR Group, who were assisted by a sniffer dog.

During the search, police allegedly found 6 kilograms of methamphetamine, 1 kilogram of cocaine and 150 ecstasy tablets.

A pill press and $26,000 in cash were also allegedly located at the premises.

Two men at the site were arrested and have been charged with drug trafficking offences.

They were refused bail and police said they would appear in the Christies Beach Magistrates Court.

Six kilograms of methamphetamine were allegedly uncovered, as well as cocaine.(Supplied: SA Police)

In a separate incident, a 39-year-old Semaphore Park woman was arrested early this morning after drugs and weapons were allegedly found inside her car.

Police said a patrol on Tapleys Hill Road spotted the woman sitting in the vehicle in a hotel car park in Seaton about 2:15am.

“Officers searched the woman’s car and allegedly found a substance believed to be methamphetamine, prescription drugs as well as a taser, axes and a knife,” police said in a statement.

The woman was charged with weapons and drugs offences as well as driving while disqualified, and her car has been impounded for 28 days.

She was bailed to appear in the Port Adelaide Magistrates Court in February.