Sixty-six year-old man charged with supplying cannabis

It's been another busy week for the Goondiwindi Police.
It's been another busy week for the Goondiwindi Police.

Two men aged in their 60s have been charged with a number of drug offences.

Police intercepted a vehicle along Boundary Road, Goondiwindi at 1am on August 7. Inside were two men from the ACT aged 60 and 66. Police searched the car and found a bong used for smoking cannabis. The 60 year-old was subsequently charged with possessing utensils. Police also located a shopping bag containing cannabis in the rear of the vehicle as well as a clip-seal bag containing cannabis belonging to the 66 year-old. He was later charged with possessing dangerous drugs and supplying. The cannabis located in the shopping bag weighed a total of 607g.

About 2.45am on August 12, Police intercepted a vehicle on the Leichhardt Highway, Goondiwindi. The 26 year-old male driver from Westbrook appeared to be nervous and shaky according to police. He and a woman passenger were travelling from Boomi NSW to Toowoomba. Police conducted a search and located $700 in cash, two category R tasers, one restricted item (baton), one drug cone and a 12v light bar which flashed blue and red lights. The man was charged with a number of offences.

About 1 .50pm on August 8, Police pulled over a 24 year-old man walking in Sandhurst Street. He appeared "anxious and fidgety". Police conducted a search and located six small clip seal bags containing cannabis.

About 6.15 on August 7 Police conducted checks on a 22 year-old woman's driver's licence which revealed it was suspended indefinitely. She said she had not paid outstanding fines. Since this was her second type two offence, her vehicle was immobilised for a period of seven days.

About 4.50pm on August 8, Police intercepted a 28 year-old woman driver from Goondiwindi in Marshall Street. She provided police with a positive roadside drug test.

About 2.30pm on August 8, a 14 year-old girl stole four bags of chicken chips outside a canteen in Goondiwindi which had been dropped off for delivery. Police attended a Goondiwindi address and located the remaining chips. She was cautioned.