NSW police charge man with drug supply, assault police at Campbelltown

A man has been charged with drug supply and assault police after he was arrested in Campbelltown today.

About 1.30pm (Tuesday 14 January 2020), officers attached to the Campbelltown Proactive Crime Team stopped a man on Hoddle Avenue, Campbelltown.

A search of the 31-year-old man allegedly revealed a large amount of cash in his wallet.

As officers continued their search and inquiries, the man allegedly tried to escape and police had to restrain him.

He then allegedly resisted arrest, elbowing one of the officers in the face.

Despite his attempts, the man was controlled and arrested.

A search of the man’s vehicle allegedly revealed a quantity of gold, drugs and cash.

He was taken to Campbelltown Police Station where he was charged with drive disqualified, supply prohibited drug, assault police causing actual bodily harm, resist arrest and two counts of deal with proceeds of crime.

He was refused bail to appear at Campbelltown Local Court tomorrow (Wednesday 15 January 2020).

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