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A man will appear in Local Court today after being arrested at a Ducat Street, Tweed Heads, property on Friday night rummaging through property in the resident’s carport.

The resident contacted Tweed Heads Police after he spotted the man, at about 11.10pm on Friday,  September 23.

Police found the 36-year-old man on the property, when they arrive soon after, and placed him under arrest.

According to the police report the man ‘appeared drug affected’.

A search turned up a large knife concealed in his pants, a small amount of cannabis in his clothing and a drug pipe.

He was charged with possession of the knife, drugs, and drug implements.

He was refused bail to appear at Tweed Heads Local Court today (Monday,September 26) .


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