In a desperate attempt to get a drug fix, a year-old former James Nash student stole as much gun ammunition as he could find from an year-old's property in Araluen. Dylan Jason Beighton was dropped off by his dealer with instructions and a map of the property between January 6 and February 12, Police prosecutor Melissa Campbell told Gympie Magistrates Court this week that he located the brass artillery shell casings and took one before jumping over the veranda railing and going inside an open shed. Beighton waited with the duffel bag, which weighed 20kg, for the dealer to pick him up and they both left. On February 30, the victim reported the crime and police were able to track Beighton down using a fingerprint that was left on the remaining brass artillery shell casing.
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Police prosecutor Melissa Campbell told the court police found a small clip seal bag containing methamphetamine inside a black bag on the front passenger seat. Sgt Campbell told the court while being transported by police, they saw Mcfadyen place something in his mouth and swallow it. Representing himself, Mcfadyen said he had been using the machetes to clear sticks and twigs on a bushwalk. Magistrate Graham Hillan said Mcfadyen had been convicted of supplying drugs in the past and had been n parole when he committed the three recent offences. News Two more are responding to the blaze on Power Street.
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A Magistrate told a man he may not know what drugs he was taking after he appeared in the Gatton court charged with drug driving. How to best receive Gatton news in wake of Facebook ban. Lee Charles Miller pleaded guilty in the Gatton Magistrates Court on February 8, after he was charged on November 21, , with one charge of driving while a drug was present in his system. Subscriber exclusives: Activate your free Courier Mail subscription. Miller provided a specimen of his saliva for analysis, which confirmed the presence of meth and cannabis in his system.
Methamphetamine has played a role in the lives of at least half a dozen Coast residents who have had their day in Maroochydore District Court this year. From drug deals to stabbings and even a torture, the common denominator for some of the most shocking cases heard has been the highly addictive substance. The impact methamphetamine has on users is heard like a broken record in Sunshine Coast courts as lawyers and defendants repeatedly share how addictions have broken relationships, fuelled crime and caused financial hardship. Crown prosecutor Stipe Drinovac told a court last week that methamphetamine wreaked havoc on the community as a Woombye dad was placed on parole for dealing the drug. Maroochydore District Court heard police raided Jake James Mcdonald's house in December after intercepting a phone call the then year-old received about a drug deal.