Man and woman hit with drug charges following Bunbury Farmers Market incident

Two people were charged with drug offences after police were called to a dispute at the Bunbury Farmers Market last weekend. 

WA Police allege, at about 4.20pm on Sunday, January 7, officers attended a disturbance between a 27-year-old Baldivis man and a 28-year-old South Bunbury woman in the car park. 

The pair and their vehicle were then searched.

Police allegedly found 45 grams of crystal material, believed to be methamphetamine. 

Officers also uncovered an aluminium baseball bat near the driver’s seat and a syringe. 

The male was charged with possessing a prohibited drug with intent to sell or supply and possessing a weapon.

The woman was also charged with possessing a prohibited drug with intent to sell or supply. 

The pair will face Bunbury Magistrates Court on February 15. 

Senior Sergeant Mal Jones said it was a significant seizure of a traffickable quantity of amphetamine.