MORNINGTON police searched a car in Fleet St early Thursday morning and allegedly found eight grams of the drug ice, 80 ice pipes, several mobile phones and $15,000 cash.
Acting Senior Sergeant Steven Duffee said the night shift van “did well” in intercepting the 30-year-old Mornington woman, 2am, Thursday 17 August.
“Due to their diligent patrolling this arrest has removed a large quantity of drugs from the street,” he said.
“Mornington police will continue to patrol at all hours and if you are doing wrong you will be caught.”
The woman was taken to the police station for interview and later accompanied police to her home. There, police allegedly found a further 50 grams of ice and a range of allegedly stolen goods, including power tools.
The woman was charged with trafficking a drug of dependence and dealing in the proceeds of crime. She appeared at Frankston Magistrates’ Court, Thursday, for a remand hearing and will likely appear at the same court at a later date.