Illegal prescription drugs, cannabis seized

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Adam PoulsenMidwest Times

A man and woman, both from Perth, have been charged after Cue police allegedly found 86 grams of cannabis and an array of illegal prescription drugs during a traffic stop.

Officers stopped the pair in a Commodore wagon about 35km north of Cue on the Great Northern Highway about 10.20am yesterday.

Officer-in-charge at Cue Police Station, Sergeant Clint Brennan, said officers found several tablets of the depressant Valium, along the powerful oxycodone-based pain relief medication Endone, and a number of unidentified tablets which would be sent for analysis.

Sgt Brennan said neither of the pair had scripts for the drugs.

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He said the tablets were found in the glovebox while the cannabis was hidden in the body of the car in a tea tin.

Officers also allegedly found a small cannabis smoking pipe.

The 39-year-old male driver was charged with four counts of possessing a prohibited drug, while the 36-year-old female passenger was charged with one count of possessing a prohibited drug and one count of possessing drug paraphernalia.

They will both face Cue Magistrate’s Court in late March.

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