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Port Lincoln Man Arrested on Weapons and Drugs Charges

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A Port Lincoln man was arrested on drugs and weapons charges following a search of his home yesterday. 

Police raided the man’s residents at around 1.30pm yesterday. 

The search found cannabis, methamphetamine and steroids along with dangerous weapons including knuckle dusters and nunchakus. 

An amount of jewellery that is suspected to have been stolen was also located during the search. 

A 32-year-old Port Lincoln man was arrested and charged with possess a commercial quantity of a prohibited drug, possess a prohibited weapon, unlawful possession of a prescription drug and unlawful possession. 

He was bailed to appear in the Port Lincoln Magistrates Court on 22 March.

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