A NINETEEN-year-old Gladstone woman has been charged with trafficking drugs after her Squire St home was raided yesterday.

Police raided the Toolooa home and found 4.5g of methamphetamines in 9 separate bags, along with mobile phones and bundles of small zip lock bags.

They also found four cannabis seeds and zanax, a drug used to treat anxiety.

She cooperated with police and was charged with tracking dangerous drugs.

Gladstone Criminal Branch Detective Senior Sergeant Luke Peachey said the drugs could be worth up to $5000.

He said a number of people lived in the building and one other person was charged with permitting place.

The 19-year-old will appear in court on November 10.



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