A Geraldton man who was caught with a handmade stun gun and other weapons and drugs has been jailed. Vincent Graeme Rowland appeared in Geraldton District Court on Monday to be sentenced over a charge of having ready access to both weapons and illegal drugs. The court was told police detained Rowland on an arrest warrant during a search of a Beresford home in December 2020. During the search, officers located a handmade stun gun, a pair of knuckle dusters and a butterfly knife in Rowland’s room. A small bag containing 0.474g of methamphetamine was also found. Rowland was last year convicted on drug trafficking charges and is currently serving a three-year prison sentence. Taking this into account, Judge Amanda Burrows sentenced Rowland to six months jail for the additional charge. The time will be served at the same time as his existing sentence.