Mt Eliza intercept nets cash and drugs


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Police have charged a woman after a quantity of cannabis and amphetamine was located during a routine intercept at a booze bus site in Mount Eliza on Thursday night.

Police intercepted the vehicle on Nepean Highway at about 9.30pm and discovered the drugs and an amount of cash.

The driver also returned a positive oral fluid test at the scene, which will be subject to forensic testing.

A 43-year-old Bonbeach woman was charged with trafficking and possessing cannabis, possessing proceeds of crime and criminal damage.

Kerry Barnhoorn faced Frankston Magistrate’s Court this morning and was further remanded until 27 July.


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