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Detectives charge Ice Breakers facilitator

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Craig Raymond Golding faces 15 charges of offering to sell or supply methamphetamine.
Camera IconCraig Raymond Golding faces 15 charges of offering to sell or supply methamphetamine.

An Albany man linked with a high profile drug rehabilitation program has been charged with significant drug charges.

Albany detectives today said they had charged a man associated with the Albany PCYC Ice Breakers program after an investigation into the sale and supply of methamphetamine.

Craig Raymond Golding, 39, has been charged with 15 counts of offering to sell or supply a prohibited drug after detectives executed a search warrant at a home in Spencer Park on Thursday.

Police allege an amount of illicit drugs and other items of interest were found.

Ice Breakers is a non-residential drug rehabilitation program based out of the Albany PCYC which was recognised with $360,000 of funding from the Labor party on the eve of the 2017 State election.

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The program began in 2015 and is facilitated by recovering drug addicts.

Mr Golding is set to appear in Albany Magistrates Court on Thursday, December 20.

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