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Illicit drugs and ammunition located, New Harbourline
Around 9am on May 20, officers executed a search warrant at a Martinuzzi Close address.
It will be alleged as a result of that search, officers located a quantity of restricted drugs along with a quantity of cannabis, steroids, and number of cannabis plants, also located were instructions and equipment on how to cultivate a dangerous drug.
It will be further alleged the 30-year-old local man did not have his firearm or ammunition secured.
He was charged with a number of drug and firearms offences and is scheduled to appear at the Innisfail Magistrates Court on June 7.
Vehicle used on road must be registered, Tully
A 39-year-old Tully man was charged with one count each of driving a motor vehicle without a driver’s licence, vehicle on road must be registered, driving uninsured vehicle and failing to wear a motorbike helmet on Wednesday, May 19.
Police received a number of calls around 11am on Wednesday morning in relation to an orange, dirt bike that was allegedly riding along Gorge Road.
Officers located the man and he was issued with a notice to appear at the Tully Magistrates Court on June 17.
Stealing charge, Innisfail
A 45-year-old Innisfail Estate woman was charged with stealing on Thursday May 20.
Around 2pm she allegedly left an Edith Street business without attempting to pay for a number of groceries items.
She is scheduled to appear at the Innisfail Magistrates Court on June 7
Innisfail police executed a search warrant at a Cardier Close, Wangan address on Saturday afternoon (May 22).
Two men were located at the residence and it will be alleged as a result, officers located a quantity of methylamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.
Both men were charged with a number of offences.
A 39-year-old Camp Creek man was charged with 11 offences, including multiple drug related offences consisting of possessing dangerous drugs and possessing anything used in the commission of crime defined in Part 2 along with dangerous operation of a motor vehicle.
The second man, a 30-year-old Sundown man was given a drug diversion for the possession of a dangerous drug and possessing a drug utensil.
Based on information received, officers executed a second search warrant at a Camp Creek Road address around 5.30pm the same day where it will be alleged officers located LSD, cannabis, methylamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, ammunition, a large quantity of cash and two crocodile heads.
A 50-year-old Nanum man was charged with ten offences including restriction on keeping or using taken protected animal class 3 offence, possession of tainted property and possession of dangerous drugs.
A 40-year-old Kurrimine Beach man was charged with four drug related offences and one count of possession of tainted property and breaching bail conditions.
The three men are scheduled to appear at the Innisfail Magistrates Court today (May 24).
Attempted fraud charge, Hudson
On April 9, it is alleged a 64-year-old man made a false report to police and a false insurance claim in relation to his vehicle being stolen and set alight.
Officers will look to “reconstruct” any claim of theft or damage to property in a hope to identify an offender, and will do this in a systematic way with any suspicious claims closely checked for evidence of fraud.
The 64-year-old Innisfail man was charged with arson of a motor vehicle and attempted fraud.
A 27-year-old Innisfail man was charged with arson of a motor vehicle.
The men are scheduled to appear at the Innisfail Magistrates Court on June 21.
Supply dangerous drug charge, Innisfail
On April 29, police executed a search warrant at an Oak Street address.
Upon conclusion of the investigation it will be alleged since December 2020 she had supplied dangerous drugs including cannabis, methylamphetamine and pharmaceuticals to a number of persons within the Innisfail area.
The 46-year-old Innisfail woman was charged with drug trafficking on May 24.
She is scheduled to appear at the Innisfail Magistrates Court on May 31.
Youths charged in relation to damaged cars, Innisfail
A 15 year-old boy and a 16-year-old girl from East Innisfail were charged with a number of wilful damage offences.
It will be alleged around midday Tuesday, May 25, the pair have used a spray deodorant to graffiti the paint work and windows of five vehicles.
The pair were located by police and transported to Innisfail Police Station and are scheduled to appear at the Innisfail Children’s Court at a later date.
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