Counterfeit cash and drugs were seized after a car search conducted by Noosa Police.
Counterfeit cash and drugs were seized after a car search conducted by Noosa Police.

Fake money, dangerous drugs seized in dramatic arrest

A man will face court after police allegedly found him in possession of dangerous drugs and a significant amount of counterfeit cash at the weekend.

Police have charged a 32-year-old Tewantin man after he was intercepted in a car on Sunshine Beach Rd on Saturday, July 18.

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The man was approached after being seen by police allegedly behaving suspiciously.

Police searched the man and allegedly found dangerous drugs and property.

Along with the drugs misuse offence, he was also charged with an offence of possession of counterfeit money under the Crimes (Currency) Act 1981 after $650.00 in counterfeit $50.00 notes was allegedly discovered during the search.

The man is due to appear in the Noosa Magistrate's Court on Tuesday, August 11.


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