Police allegedly seize meth-filled syringes

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A 43-year-old Waggrakine man has been charged after police allegedly found several syringes filled with methamphetamine during a traffic stop in Mount Tarcoola early yesterday morning.

Police made the alleged find when they stopped the man on Glenview Street about 2.30am.

He was charged with possession of a prohibited drug.

Meanwhile, a 29-year-old Wandina man was charged with several offences after police searched his car at the Wonthella BP service station just after midnight on Tuesday morning.

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Police allegedly found a small amount of meth, a glass meth pipe and stolen clothing.

Police will also allege the man was driving without a licence.

He was charged with no authority to drive, possessing a prohibited drug, possessing drug paraphernalia and possessing stolen property.

Both will face Geraldton Magistrate’s Court at a later date.

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