THREE women have complicated their legal situations after being arrested and remanded in custody at the Warrnambool police station.
Warrnambool police Sergeant Kim Wheeler said a
31-year-old Wyndham Vale woman was arrested on Sunday night after being intercepted driving in Laverock Road.
Officers found $4000 in cash, a tick list and 5.7 grams of ice with a street value of about $3000.
The woman was arrested, interviewed, charged and remanded in custody to appear in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court for a bail/remand hearing on Tuesday.
She was charged with trafficking and possessing ice, possessing the proceeds of crime and unlicensed driving.
The woman is already on a court-imposed community corrections order.
A 24-year-old Warrnambool woman has also been arrested and
remanded in custody to appear in Warrnambool court on Tuesday.
Police officers intercepted her at 4.45pm on Friday driving a vehicle with stolen licence plates.
She was also found in possession of ice.
The woman was already on bail to appear in the Warrnambool court on March 23 charged in relation to three police briefs of evidence and breaching a community corrections order.
A Hamilton woman, 38, has also been remanded to appear in Warrnambool court on Tuesday.
She was jailed in the Hamilton Magistrate Court during mid January on drug and dishonesty charges but appealed against the severity of the sentence and was on appeal bail.
Her appeal is expected to be heard in the next Warrnambool County Court sitting starting on June 6.
Police officers then executed a search warrant at a Hamilton address on February 26.
The woman was staying at the property and a number of stolen goods were located in the room where she was staying.
There had been an active police whereabouts alert for the woman and officers saw and arrested her on Saturday.
She was found to be in possess of a tab of LSD.
The woman was interviewed, charged with handling stolen goods and possession of drugs and remanded in custody to appear in Warrnambool court on Tuesday.