Saturday, 27 September 2014

Police officer charged drug offences Kings Cross Police

Police officer charged - Kings Cross

Saturday, 27 September 2014 12:40:09 PM
A police officer will appear in court next month charged with possess prohibited drug and behave in an offensive behaviour.
The off-duty constable was arrested about 1am today (Saturday 27 September 2014).
It’s alleged the 31-year-old man behaved offensively at Kings Cross Railway Station while in possession of a tablet believed to be Ecstasy.
The officer, who is attached to the Central Metropolitan Region, was suspended at the time of the incident.
He was issued with a future court attendance notice to appear in Downing Centre Local Court on 21 October 2014.

By my understanding the tablets are allegedly on sold from anything of $30 upwards depends on the supply in the market place.
What is interesting that where did this officer gain the drug tablet from and then what is the Police doing about the supply chain?
When someone wants to get on in Kings Cross they head around the Kings Cross Station as their is always someone selling in this area.  So we have to keep the pressure to expose how the Police Officer gained the tablet?  Where there is one there is more?
We found in February 2014 Scott Miller allegedly was supplying and then those drug supply charges were dropped to personal use.  Someone has taken his place?

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