A small portion of equipment found in the room at the motel.
A small portion of equipment found in the room at the motel.

Drug lab gear found

A DALBY man charged with drug offences following the search of a Warwick Motel room will spend Christmas behind bars after being remanded in custody until the New Year.

Paul Timothy Azzopardi appeared in Warwick Magistrates Court yesterday but did not make an application for bail.

The 23-year-old was arrested following a search on a hotel, which unearthed a number of items, including a dismantled amphetamine laboratory.

He is due to re-appear in the court on January 3, 2012.

In other court news

WARWICK teenager Blake Nicholas Surch was remanded in police custody yesterday after pleading guilty to four charges, including a break and enter and breaching bail.

The court heard the 17-year-old acted as a look out while an associate entered a community hall last month and stole alcohol from the bar fridge

A pre-sentence report has been ordered and Surch is due to re-appear in the court this morning.


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