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Australia Ice dealer, 24, caught with haul of meth after police COVID-19 stop

05:31  07 august  2020
05:31  07 august  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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A glamorous ice dealer has been caught with six bags of meth she planned to sell after police stopped her and a friend for breaking social distancing rules.

Amber Gull, 24, pleaded guilty to supplying an illegal drug after being found with 4.2kg of ice by police who had approached her sitting in a Ford Ranger on Hay Street in South Grafton in north-eastern New South Wales on April 2.

Court documents said when police asked her why she was out in public during COVID-19 stage three restrictions, Gull and the male friend replied they had planned to 'chill out'.

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a woman standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: Gull and her male friend told police they had planned to 'chill out' when they were seen sitting in the car on a rural South Grafton road - before police discovered © Provided by Daily Mail Gull and her male friend told police they had planned to 'chill out' when they were seen sitting in the car on a rural South Grafton road - before police discovered

When police searched the 24-year-old's Kia Sorento parked nearby on the rural road they found a small bag with a crystal substance inside, The Daily Examiner reported. 

They also found a glass pipe on Gull - known for its use by meth smokers.

Court documents said during the consented strip search that followed the young woman removed a small black bag from her waist and threw it under the Ranger.

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Police recovered the bag she had tried to throw away after her friend - on whom they found no drugs - was told he was free to go.

Inside the black bag were six clear bags containing methylamphetamine.

After Gull was placed under arrest, text messages were found on her phone suggesting she was supplying drugs.

She was released on bail but on May 28 was taken back into custody for breaching bail conditions as police discovered messages on her phone indicating further drug supply.

Gull gave a guilty plea for supplying a prohibited drug between a small and indictable amount among multiple drug charges.

a woman posing for the camera: During a strip search the young woman (pictured) removed a small black bag - which contained six bags with meth inside - from her waist and threw it under a car, a court heard © Provided by Daily Mail During a strip search the young woman (pictured) removed a small black bag - which contained six bags with meth inside - from her waist and threw it under a car, a court heard a woman holding a camera: Text messages were found on her phone in a large quantity following her arrest suggesting she was supplying drugs © Provided by Daily Mail Text messages were found on her phone in a large quantity following her arrest suggesting she was supplying drugs

She was on Wednesday given 100 hours of community service and an intensive corrections order.

Under her 12-month community corrections order she must not commit any offence and abstain from drugs.

'The offender must appear before the court if called upon to do so at any time during the term of the Community Correction Order,' the order also reads.

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