Police have charged a 29-year-old Crestmead man after allegedly locating a significant quantity of dangerous drugs and ammunition during the search of a vehicle in Yarrabilba.

At approximately 5.37am on Tuesday, March 5, officers from Logan Village Yarrabilba Police Station responded to a call for service for a male asleep at the wheel of a vehicle in Yarrabilba.

Upon arrival police awoke the male and spoke with him in an attempt to gain information in regards to his situation.

Drugs found in Yarrabilba
Drugs found in Yarrabilba

Police detained the man for a search of himself and his vehicle.

During the search police allegedly located a large amount of cannabis, cocaine, MDMA and steroids, a stolen vehicle registration plate as well as an amount of shotgun and rifle rounds.

Police arrested the man and transported him back to Jimboomba Police Station.

The Crestmead man was charged with one count of possessing dangerous drugs (exceeding schedule 3), three counts of possessing dangerous drugs, one count each of possessing a S4 or S8 Medicine, unlawful possession of suspected stolen property, possessing utensils, possessing anything used in the commission of a crime, two counts of authority required to possess explosives and one count of possession of a knife in a public place.

Ammunition found in Yarrabilba
Ammunition found in Yarrabilba

The Crestmead man is scheduled to appear before the Beaudesert Magistrates Court on Tuesday, April 9.

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