A sunny Sunday afternoon in North Sydney has ended badly for at least one man, after he was allegedly found in possession of a prohibited drug in a pub.
Police were conducting an operation at a licenced premises in North Sydney last weekend, targeting the possession and supply of prohibited drugs with the help of a drug detection dog.
About 4:00pm officers say they overheard two men discussing whether police dogs would be present at the location.
Sunday sesh in North Sydney was cut short for at least one man, who was busted carrying an illegal white substance by drug detection dogs.
“A short time later, police allege the drug detection dog approached the male and made a positive indication for the presence of prohibited drugs,” a spokesman told Mosman Collective.
The man was subsequently, where police allege they located a vial containing white powder as well as an amount of cash and two mobile phones.
The male was issued with a Court Attendance Notice for “Possess Prohibited Drug”.
Investigations are continuing in relation to the cash and mobile phones located in the search.
Local police apprehended a Porsche driving local man in Neutral Bay, who was driving with a suspended licence.
Police ping Porsche driver.
A 57-year-old man has been charged after allegedly driving while his license was suspended.
At 2:30am on Wednesday 11 June, officers stopped a silver Porsche on Merlin Street, Neutral Bay.
Police spoke with the driver and man subjected him to a roadside breath test, which returned a negative result. They conducted checks on the male’s license which allegedly revealed it was suspended until the June 22.
The male was issued with a Court Attendance Notice and will face Manly Local Court next week.
A 38-year-old Lindfield man has allegedly threatened to kill police after he was apprehended for acting in an aggressive manner.
Officer kneed in the groin. Threats made.
A 38-year-old Lindfield man has been charged with three offences and will face Hornsby Local Court later in the month.
At 10:00pm on Thursday 8 June police responded to reports that the male was harassing members of the public and acting in an aggressive manner on Lindfield Avenue, Lindfield.
“A short time later, police offered to drive the male home to his address, which was a short distance away,” a North Shore Police Area Command spokesperson says.
“Police will allege that as the male was escorted to the police vehicle he became hostile and allegedly took hold of one of the police offices and used his knee to strike the officer in the groin.