Tuart Hill woman (31) to face drug charges after police allegedly find methamphetamine in car being driven erratically

Picture: file image
Picture: file image

ERRATIC driving of a Holden Captiva led police to find a 17.5g stash of methamphetamine in Hill Street, Perth about 3.30pm yesterday.

“(The car) was crossing the double-white lines,” Senior Sergeant Ange Tipping said.

Police stopped and searched the Captiva, and it will be alleged the methamphetamine was found in the vehicle.

The driver, a 31-year-old Tuart Hill woman, was arrested, and will face a charge of possessing the drug to sell or supply after she was bailed to appear at Perth Magistrates Court on February 2.

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