Two men were charged with possession of ice (methamphetamine) on Friday afternoon (August 31) during police patrols of Tweed Heads.
A 28-year-old Colyton woman will remain behind bars after being charged with possessing a commercial quantity of crystal methamphetamine (ice) on Friday.
Police are reminding the public of the dangers of methamphetamine (ice) following a number of incidents in recent weeks in which drug-affected people have been arrested or required hospitalisation after displaying out-of-character or violent behaviour.
On Friday (December 8), police in Tweed Heads turned their attention to potential criminal cyclists and made two arrests.
A specially trained unit tasked with ‘disrupting and preventing drug supply’ will be rolled out across the North Coast, NSW Police announced today.
A former ice addict and father of a young child was in an ‘induced state’ when he stole $1,850 from a Casino pub cash register and committed eight paypass frauds with two different ATM cards.
He has admitted carrying the drug ice and a pipe used to smoke it - but a South Lismore man will fight charges of supplying the highly addictive substance and allegedly assaulting two police.
Lismore police have arrested a teenager on drug offences overnight after the car in which she was travelling tried to evade them.
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A Shorten Labor government would invest $2 million to upgrade ‘The Buttery’ rehabilitation service in Binna Burra, enabling it to expand its outreach service to users of ice on the north coast and their families.
Police have charged a man with drug and firearm offences, after a vehicle stop on the north coast late last week. About 1.45pm Thursday (June 2), police from Coffs/Clarence Highway Patrol Command, were conducting a mobile breath test as part... Read More →
A man has been charged after a commercial quantity of methylamphetamine was seized during a vehicle stop at Coffs Harbour yesterday.
Linnie Lambrechtsen, Cawongla. Frankly, any monies spent on research which states little more than that ice may not yet be epidemic in proportion would be better spent on urgently meeting the needs of those impacted by this addiction.
A man who was high on the drug ice died after stabbing himself with a broken bottle as he walked down the street, a symposium on the drug held in Lismore last week heard.
According to Mullumbimby community workers, addiction to ice and the subsequent domestic and family violence, mental health issues, and homelessness are issues for the whole town to deal with.