A Perth mother and son charged this week after police allegedly found industrial-sized buckets filled with drugs at their home are both still languishing in prison despite being granted bail by a magistrate. As first reported by The West Australian on Wednesday, Leeanne Michelle Ioppolo, 58, and her 24-year-old son Jake Christopher Logiudice, are facing eight serious charges between them after officers allegedly found a huge stash of drugs and cash at their Morley home. Among the charges the pair are faced with are selling or supplying or offering to sell or supply a trafficable quantity of methylamphetamine, possession of a prohibited drug with intent to sell or supply (MDMA) and property laundering. Both Ms Ioppolo and Mr Logiudice were granted bail in the Perth Magistrates Court on Tuesday, even though police opposed it. The mother and son were represented in court by Perth defence lawyer Abigail Rogers, who successfully got her clients bail on the condition that they both put up a $250,000 personal undertaking and $250,000 surety. But The West has confirmed that both the mother and son have so far been unable to raise the $250,000 surety needed to get bail. As of Friday afternoon, they both still remained in custody. Court transcripts from Mr Logiudice’s appearance in the Perth Magistrates Court on Tuesday shows that a multitude of bail conditions have been put in place in relation to him. They include an order that he surrender his passport, not leave WA, abide by a 8pm to 5am curfew and report to police every weekday. He’s also been forbidden from being in possession of any encrypted applications. The mother and son were among four people arrested on Monday after detectives from the drug and firearm squad carried out several dramatic searches and raids in Morley. Police will allege a search of a Morley Drive home — where the mother and son both live — unearthed a haul of drugs, including nearly 5kg of MDMA and another 6kg of methylamphetamine. Some of the drugs were allegedly found in large industrial buckets in the garage of the home. Police will also allege they found $360,000 in cash in a bedroom at the address. The mother and son will both face court again on January 16.