Weapons and meth uncovered in searches by police
IT'S BEEN a busy week for Kingaroy police, with multiple drug and weapons offences detected by officers.
On Wednesday, police intercepted a Nissan sedan on Youngman Street at 12.45am.
A search of the vehicle located the driver, a 34-year-old Oakhurst man, allegedly in possession of amphetamine and a syringe.
The passenger, a 35-year-old Kingaroy woman, was allegedly found in possession of a knife.
The man will appear in Kingaroy Magistrates Court on August 3, charged with possessing a dangerous drug and failing to dispose of a syringe correctly.
The woman will appear in Kingaroy Magistrates Court on August 3, charged with possessing a knife in public without reasonable excuse.
Then on Saturday spoke to and searched a 35-year-old Kingaroy woman in William Street at 11.54pm.
The woman was allegedly found in possession of a small quantity of amphetamine and telescopic baton.
She will appear in Kingaroy magistrates Court on August 3 for possessing a dangerous drug and a restricted weapon.
During this period police also attended eight calls related to domestic violence incidents and issued six infringement notices for life endangering traffic offences.