CHARGED: Allora Police claim they found drugs in roadside search.
CHARGED: Allora Police claim they found drugs in roadside search. File

Pair face drugs charges after roadside search

ALLORA police arrested and charged two Coomera residents in Pratten at the weekend after they allegedly found marijuana inside their vehicle.

According to a police spokesman, the pair in their 20s was driving on White St when police stopped them about 6.20pm on Saturday.

Following a search of their car, police allegedly found 7g of marijuana.

The 26-year old man was charged with possessing a dangerous drug, while the 23-year-old woman was charged with failing to attend a drug-diversion program.

Both are set to appear at the Warwick and Toowoomba Magistrates Courts at a later date.

On Friday, Allora police also charged a 21-year-old Warwick woman with driving an unregistered vehicle in Deuchar.

The woman was driving along Upper Willowvale Rd at 3.45pm when police stopped her and allegedly discovered the car was bearing false rego plates and her driver's licence had been suspended.

They charged the 21-year-old with three offences, including driving while unlicensed.

She is set to face Warwick Magistrates Court at a later date.



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