Nambucca police report for week ending November 21, 2017

Police believe the crystallised substance that was seized (not pictured) to be methyl amphetamine.
Police believe the crystallised substance that was seized (not pictured) to be methyl amphetamine.

Drugs and Weapon Seizure

On Saturday police stopped a vehicle in Mann St, Nambucca Heads, after they registered some suspicious activity.

They seized a knife and a quantity of a crystallised substance believed to methyl amphetamine from a 21-year-old male passenger in the vehicle.

Further checks on the man revealed he was wanted for an outstanding revocation of parole warrant.

The accused was taken to Macksville Police Station and charged in relation to the possession of the knife and the warrant executed.

Further charges may be laid upon the results of the drug analysis.

The accused appeared before Coffs Harbour Local Court on Monday and was convicted and fined $250.

Police discovered the interior of the prisoner pod of the police vehicle had been damaged during the transportation of the man to Coffs Harbour.

He was then issued with a court attendance notice to appear before Macksville Local Court on January 11 for this offence.

Break and Enter Spree

On Saturday at about 3:35pm, police arrested a 15-year-old male youth in Boundary St, Macksville, following an alleged break and enter earlier the same afternoon at a local primary school.

The young person was charged at Macksville Police Station for the offences as well as a number of further offences related to a break and enter at the Jehovah's Witness Church, Macksville, between October 12-14 and an attempted break and enter at the Seventh Day Adventist Church between  November 5-7.

The young person has been released on bail to appear before Macksville Childrens Court on November 23.