A GIRL, 15, was among four people charged with drug supply and suspected theft when police raided a Campbelltown storage facility and a Claymore home on Thursday.
Officers attached to Strike Force Breather, which was set up in April to investigate alleged amphetamine supply in the area, arrested two men, a woman and a teenage girl at the Claymore house.
They also seized children's clothing and toys, DVDs, jewellery, foreign currency, drugs and a replica firearm.
They charged the girl, 15, with taking part in the supply of prohibited drugs and she was bailed to appear before Campbelltown Children's Court on June 26. Police allege the girl was present during four drug deals while she was pregnant, and on one occasion brought her newborn son.
A woman, 33, was charged with 10 offences relating to the supply of prohibited drugs and suspected theft and appeared at Campbelltown Court on Friday.
A man, 32, was charged with supplying a prohibited drug and knowingly using a home as a drug premises.
Another man, 26, was issued with a court attendance notice for possessing a replica pistol.
They will face court next month.
Police said the 15-year-old and her baby had been reported to the Department of Community Services (DoCS) for investigation.
Investigations are continuing and anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Four times the limit
A MAN who returned a blood-alcohol reading more than four times the legal limit after police pulled him over in Ingleburn on Friday has been charged with drink-driving, police said.
Police from Macquarie Fields Highway Patrol have arrested and charged a man after he allegedly returned a blood-alcohol reading of 0.205 last week.
Police were called to Oxford Road following reports of a car being driven erratically at about 5.45pm.
They found the driver stopped in the car on the side of the road and arrested him after a positive blood-alcohol test.
The Minto man, 57, returned a blood-alcohol reading of 0.205.
He was charged with high-range drink-driving and will face court on June 27.
His licence was suspended and confiscated.
Saw gashes chest
A KEARNS man, 25, was left with a 20-centimetre gash down his chest after a saw he was using to cut concrete for the Glenfield railway development got stuck.
Police and an ambulance were called to the work site about 2.40pm last Monday.
They said the man was cutting a concrete pipe with a circular saw when the blade became stuck and recoiled, hitting the man in the chin and causing the laceration to his chest.
The man was taken to Liverpool Hospital for treatment.