A man has been charged with drugs and weapons offences after a vehicle stop on the Central Coast.
About 7pm yesterday, police were conducting stationary random breath and drug testing on Sparks Road, Hamlyn Terrace, when they observed an Audi try to avoid the site.
Police stopped the car and subjected the driver, a 43-year-old man, to a random breath test and a random drug test.
The drug test came back positive, and the man was placed under arrest.
Police searched the car and allegedly located numerous resealable bags containing the drug ‘ice’.
Police also allegedly located 61.6 grams of amphetamines (speed) 5.8 grams of cocaine, 2.1g of cannabis, and four vials of steroids.
Also allegedly located was over $3000 cash, an extendable baton and several rounds of ammunition.
The man was taken to Wyong Police Station and charged with supply prohibited drug (x3), possess prohibited drug (x2), possess anabolic steroid, possess prohibited weapon without permit, possess ammunition without holding licence, deal with proceeds of crime, drive whilst disqualified, and a revocation of parole warrant was also executed.
He was bail refused to appear at Wyong Local Court today.
Police will await further analysis of the drug test before charges are laid in relation to that offence.