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Random South Perth car search leads police to drug haul

A Beaconsfield man is due to face court charged with a string of drug offences after police found several drugs in his car during a random breath test and license check in South Perth.

Just after midnight on Saturday, the 37-year-old was driving a Nissan ute along Mends Street when police stopped the vehicle for a random check.

Police said they searched the car and found 12 grams of Oxandrolone, a type of anabolic steroids, 26 grams of Dexamphetamine, 33 grams MDMA, nearly three grams of cocaine and a set of scales.

The incident led to a search of the man’s Beaconsfield home, where Cannington Detectives found several drug-related items including a 10 millilitre bottle of testosterone.

The 37-year-old has been charged with three counts of possession of a prohibited drug with intent to sell or supply and two counts of possession of a prohibited drug.

He will appear before the Perth Magistrates Court on October 30.

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