Gladstone residents face charges after police find LSD, ice
TWO Gladstone residents are facing charges after Bundaberg police seized more than $8000 worth of "brain frying" drugs.
Detectives allegedly uncovered a haul of LSD tabs, amphetamines and the drug "ice" when a Holden Commodore was intercepted on Mt Perry Rd on Sunday.
Acting Inspector Joe Hildred said an ice pipe, scales and clip-seal bags were also allegedly found in the car.
A man and woman were detained, and roadside interviews were carried out.
The 29-year-old man is facing four charges, including possession of dangerous drugs and the possession of property used in connection with dangerous drugs.
The 22-year-old woman was charged with three counts of possessing dangerous drugs, as well as one charge each of possessing a drug utensil and possessing property used in connection with dangerous drugs.
Act Insp Hildred said it was "unusual" to come across LSD anymore.
"It's something that was more predominant in the '70s and '80s," he said.
Although the pair was not charged with supplying the drugs, Act Insp Hildred said it was a large amount for personal use.
He said LSD had severe effects on the user.
"It's a terrible drug," he said.
The pair will front Bundaberg Magistrates Court next month.