A MAN and a woman have been charged with several offences after a traffic stop in Gosford overnight.
About 7.50pm yesterday, police stopped a Holden Commodore on Narara Valley Drive, Narara, after noticing the occupants acting suspiciously.
After speaking to the driver, police discovered that he was wanted in relation to a break and enter offence that occurred earlier in the month on 7 September in Wyoming.
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Police noticed several items of property suspected of being stolen in the car, and therefore conducted a search of the vehicle.
Inside the car police allegedly located a folding knife, as well as a white crystal substance believed to be an illicit drug, tools, jewellery, a briefcase, mail in the name of other persons, and a large amount of other property believed to be stolen.
Police discovered that some of the property had been stolen during a break and enter at Bensville.
Both the driver, a 34-year-old Wyoming man, and the passenger, a 25-year-old Tuggerawong woman, were arrested and taken to Gosford Police Station.
The man was charged with seven offences including break enter and steal, enter enclosed lands, possession of a knife in a public place, goods in custody, drive unlicensed, drive an unregistered vehicle and drive an uninsured vehicle.
The woman was charged with goods in custody.
Both were refused bail to appear at Gosford Local Court today.