A car-load of "crackers" will see a 17 year-old front the Goondiwindi Magistrate's Court.
On September 1 at 11.10pm, police intercepted a vehicle driving along the Cunningham Highway. Police noticed several brown boxes.
The 17 year-old driver told police they were filled with personal belongings.
Police said "Cherry Bomb" and an explosive-goods symbol were written on the sides.
They opened the boxes which were filled with fireworks. Police seized all 43 boxes of assorted "crackers".
The Gold Coast teenager was charged with possessing explosives and unauthorised transport of explosives.
He will appear in the Goondiwindi Magistrate's Court on October 2.
On September 6 at 10.30pm, Police were called to a Goondiwindi hotel.
They were told by staff that a teenager had used false ID to gain entry.
A 17 year-old from Roma was fined $400.
On September 7 at 12.45am, Police were waiting outside a Goondiwindi hotel when they saw an 18 year-old man yelling and swearing loudly at another man.
The 18 year-old from the Gold Coast continued to yell and swear at several other patrons outside the venue.
He was fined $400 for being a public nuisance.
He was also issued with a three-month ban from all licensed premises in Goondiwindi, Boggabilla and Yelarbon.
On September 7 at 4.55pm, Police were patrolling the Cunningham Highway when they detected an oncoming vehicle travelling at 142km/h in the 100km/h zone.
The 45 year-old male driver from Goondiwindi was fined $1245.
On September 8 at 1.20am, police were called to a Goondiwindi hotel.
Staff told them that a man was attempting to fight various patrons inside the pub and had been told to leave.
However, the 30 year-old from NSW continued to challenge people to fight and even held onto a bar table and refused to leave.
Police arrested the man and took him to the Goondiwindi watch house.
He was charged for public nuisance and failing to leave licensed premises.
He also received a three-month ban from all licensed premises in Goondiwindi, Boggabilla and Yelarbon.
The man was released on a bail undertaking to attend the Goondiwindi Magistrate's Court on October 2.