A man is facing a number of serious charges, following a vehicle stop in Bowral.
Around 2:30pm yesterday, Police were called to Station Street after reports an orange Ford Territory was being driven dangerously.
Officers found the vehicle a short time later, with the 36 year old male driver returning a positive roadside drug test.
As officers tried to arrest the man, he fled on foot, before being apprehended a short time later.
A search of the man’s car allegedly uncovered an electronic stun device, methylamphetamine, cocaine and prescription medication.
The Tahmoor man was taken to Southern Highlands Police Station, and charged with:
- drive motor vehicle during disqualification period;
- learner not accompanied by driver;
- escape police custody;
- possess prohibited weapon without permit;
- supply prohibited drug (three counts); and
- possess prohibited drug.
He was refused bail to appear in Goulburn Local Court today.