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Police have arrested and charged two men for drug supply after a vehicle stop at Rappville, south of Casino.

About 11.30am on Friday (April 14), police stopped a vehicle at a Random Breath Testing site on Nadabah Street.

Police decided to search the vehicle and, during the search, allegedly located a large quantity of MDMA tablets and a small amount of cannabis.

Two occupants, a man aged 20 and a female aged 18, were arrested. They were taken to Casino Police Station where the man was charged with supplying a large commercial quantity of a prohibited drug, supplying an indictable quantity of a prohibited drug, and possessing a prohibited drug.

The woman was charged with supplying a large commercial quantity of a prohibited drug, and possessing a prohibited drug

They were both refused bail and appeared at Lismore Local Court on Saturday, where they were remanded in custody to reappear today (Tuesday April 18).

As a result of these arrests and further inquiries, Queensland Police charged two further males with drug trafficking offences after a search warrant in Fortitude Valley, Brisbane on Saturday (April 15).


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