A Webberton man stopped in his car by police last Thursday allegedly intended to sell almost 30 grams of methamphetamine, resulting in police raiding his home and finding further drugs. Geraldton police stopped a Mitsubishi Triton ute on Foskew Way in Narngulu on Thursday, June 2 around 6.30pm. Police searched the vehicle and say they located 28 grams of methamphetamine inside and arrested the driver. Geraldton Detectives allege the driver of the vehicle was 28-year-old Webberton man Llewelyne Pretorius. Police allege Mr Pretorius was intending to sell or supply the drug. Mr Pretorius was charged with possessing methylamphetamine with intent to sell and supply and possessing cannabis. The accused man appeared in the Geraldton Magistrates Court on Friday and was granted bail. He is next due to appear in court on Thursday. Officer-in-charge of Geraldton Detectives, Det-Sen. Sgt Bruce McDonald, said police relied on community assistance to remove drugs from the streets of Geraldton and encouraged the community to report any suspicious activity. “We encourage anyone who has any information about people dealing illicit drugs in Geraldton or trafficking illicit drugs into Geraldton to please contact Crime Stoppers or Geraldton Police,” he said.