Heathridge man (45) charged for allegedly selling dexamphetamine tablets

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A HEATHRIDGE man with a dexamphetamine prescription has been charged with selling the drug.

Police stopped the accused’s vehicle in the Beldon shopping centre carpark on September 4.

They allegedly discovered bagged dexamphetamine tablets inside the car.

Officers searched the 45-year-old man’s home where they allegedly found MDMA, methamphetamine and cannabis.

He is charged with possessing drugs with intent to sell or supply and will face Joondalup Magistrates Court on September 27.

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