35yo man busted with meth during routine licence check
A ROUTINE licence check ended badly for a Gympie man on Saturday when he was charged with possessing methylamphetamine.
On July 11, at about 3.50pm, Gympie officers were conducting mobile patrols along John Street in Gympie when they stopped a vehicle for a licence check.
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The driver of the vehicle, a 35-year-old Gympie man, was spoken to by police and as a result, police conducted a search of the man and his vehicle.
Police will allege that a quantity of methamphetamine was located on the man and he was subsequently charged with possession of a dangerous drug.
He is due to appear in the Gympie Magistrates Court on August 24, to have the matter heard.
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