Two men have been arrested after police found meth, a knife and about a dozen prescription pills in a vehicle intercepted in Portland overnight.
Portland police Sergeant Sean Elliot said a silver Mistubishi sedan was intercepted by police on Lowe Street about 2.58am on Thursday.
A search of the vehicle revealed an ice pipe, four grams of methamphetamine, a small knife and about a dozen prescription pills.
The driver, a 32-year-old man from Portland, was arrested and charged with driving while suspended, breaching a court order and drug offences.
A 43-year-old Portland man was arrested and charged with drug and weapon offences.
The men were bailed to appear at Portland Magistrates Court on October 16.
In an unrelated incident, a 43-year-old Portland woman was arrested after she was found with close to $9000 in cash in her car.
The woman was intercepted by police on Browning Street in Portland at 11.20pm on Wednesday.
Police located the cash inside the car and arrested the woman, who was taken to Portland police station.
Sergeant Elliot said the woman would be interviewed in regards to dealing with proceeds of crime.
"She has been released, pending summons, to make further inquiries," he said.
"If we believe the cash has been made as a result of crime we can seize it and make inquiries into how it was obtained."
Anyone with information should call Portland police on 5522 1500 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.