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His charges include drug possession and trafficking, possessing weapons and explosives, possessing utensils, and fraud.

A joint operation between Queensland police and the Crime and Corruption Commission uncovered more than $1 million in cash, three automatic weapons, five hand guns, a quantity of drugs and mobile phones.
The Brisbane Supreme Court on Friday heard the prosecution had received information from police that impacted Volkov’s bail application, but prosecutor Ron Swanwick was not prepared to discuss it in open court.

Justice John Bond agreed to close the court to hear argument linked to operational police matters.

He later granted bail on strict conditions, including that Volkov reside in Robina, abide by a curfew and report to police each day.

He must also surrender his three passports, not travel outside Queensland without permission and avoid airports, and not contact any identified prosecution witness.

“I’m satisfied that, based upon the submissions ... the applicant has established that his detention in custody is not justified,” Justice Bond said.

Police allege the syndicate was significant and had been operating since at least March 2014, selling cocaine, ice and ecstasy.

During a previous court appearance it was revealed Volkov had been under police surveillance for two years.

Volkov’s matter will come before court again on September 29.

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