NSW Police charge Marino Sotiropoulos over alleged drug plot

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New South Wales Police have charged Marino Sotiropoulous over an alleged drug plot, The Sydney Morning Herald has reported.

Sotiropoulos has been previously accused of allegedly kidnapping Australian cricket champion, Stuart MacGill. Sotiropoulos is the brother of MacGill’s then-partner Maria Meagher. Meagher is not accused of any wrongdoing.

MacGill was arrested earlier this month and charged with knowingly taking part in the supply of a large commercial quantity of drugs.

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Stuart MacGill was also arrested earlier this month.

Sotiropoulos was arrested on Tuesday at Kogarah and charged with two counts of supplying a large commercial quantity of drugs.

The charges against both MacGill and Sotiropoulos trace back to a police investigation into MacGill’s alleged abduction from his Cremorne home in April 2021.

MacGill and Sotiropoulos will both face court in October for the alleged drug deal and both remain on bail.

Source: The Sydney Morning Herald.

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