Man charged after replica guns found during RBT stop at Tweed Heads

A man has been charged after replica firearms were allegedly found in his car at South Tweed Heads.

The man was stopped at a random breath test site when police allegedly located a replica rifle and handgun inside the vehicle.

He was charged with two counts of unlawful possession of a firearm and two counts of unsafe storage of a firearm.


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The man was refused bailed to appear in Tweed Heads Local Court today.

New South Wales Police say they’ve come across of range of different offences during the road safety crackdown.

A disqualified driver has been charged after a large amount of cannabis was found in the boot of his car after being pulled over in the Newcastle suburb of Holmesville.

A driver smashed into a safety barrier at an RBT site at Seaforth on Sydney’s northern beaches with the male driver blowing 0.156.

251 drivers have been charged with drink-driving across New South Wales since the beginning of Operation Safe Arrival on December 21.

4763 drivers have been busted speeding over the same period.

The New South Wales holiday road toll has risen to three following the death of a man in a crash at Tabalum in the State’s north.

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