THREE people will front Cleveland Magistrates Court after cannabis crops and plants were found at North Stradbroke Island.
A Queensland Police Service spokesperson said Dunwich station police and specialist units had executed a search warrant at a Dickson Way address on Wednesday, February 20 as part of Operation Romeo Monarch.
"The operation is part of a continued crackdown on drug production and use on North Stradbroke Island," the spokesperson said.
"As a result of the warrant, police located two separate crops on the mangroves, 26 plants and 19 plants in a small piece of cleared bushland."
A 26-year-old Dunwich man and 18-year-old Amity man are alleged to have produced dangerous drugs, with a 24-year-old Amity woman alleged to have been in possession of drugs and utensils.
The three will appear at Cleveland Magistrates Court on March 14.
The spokesperson said a 29-year-old Dunwich man, who was alleged to have been in possession of drugs and utensils, was dealt with in accordance with drug diversion provisions.
The spokesperson said police executed a second search warrant at a residence in Amity, however no charges were laid.
Witnesses to crime can contact Policelink on 131 444 or make an anonymous report to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.