Man and woman busted with $100k of drugs, balaclavas after traffic stop

A man and woman have been charged with multiple drug offences after a traffic stop on the Hume Highway near Goulburn.

Shortly after 8pm on Monday 31 August, police attached to Goulburn HWP stopped a black Mazda sedan.

The driver, a 25-year-old man, underwent a roadside drug test, which was positive for methyl-amphetamine (ice).


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He was placed under arrest.

Police searched the vehicle, locating mobile phones, balaclavas, ammunition, drug paraphernalia and prohibited drugs with the estimated potential street value of $100 000.

The 25-year-old female passenger was arrested.

The man and woman were taken to Goulburn Police Station. The vehicle was also seized.

The man was charged with:

– Large commercial quantity of MDMA

– Indictable quantity of methyl-amphetamine

– Possess ammunition without license

– Possess drug x 4

– Possess means of disguising face.
The woman was charged with:

– Large commercial quantity of MDMA

– Indictable quantity of methyl-amphetamine (ice) and

– Possess ammunition without license.

Both were refused bail and will appear at Goulburn Local Court today.

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