A RAID at a Beechmont home has allegedly netted 3.6kg of methamphetamine with a potential street value of $3 million, Southport Magistrates Court was told.
Jason Hinton, 31, Dean 'Dino' Spizzirri, 53, and Kim Murphy, 30, have each been charged with producing a dangerous drug.
Mr Spizzirri, who police allege has links to the Finks Motorcycle Club, appeared in Southport Magistrates Court on Monday.
He did not apply for bail and was remanded in custody.
Alleged co-offender Mr Hinton appeared in court yesterday and was granted bail on the condition he post a $50,000 surety and have no contact with any outlaw motorcycle gang members.
But he was remanded in custody overnight after failing to post his surety by the close of business yesterday.
The court was told the drugs had been sent away for purity testing. However, documents tendered to court estimated the haul to have a potential street value between $1.8 million and $3 million.
Mr Hinton's solicitor, Mark Williams, said his client was a Southport car dealer and his partner was due to give birth to their first child this week.
He said his client denied having any links to outlaw motorcycle gangs.
"He is not a club member and he has never been a club member and he has no reason to be in contact with any club member," he said.