James John Clarke was charged with possessing a glass pipe used to smoke meth.
James John Clarke was charged with possessing a glass pipe used to smoke meth.

Pie Creek man tried to hide meth pipe in long grass

A PIE Creek man pleaded guilty to possessing a glass pipe to smoke meth, after he was discovered trying to get rid of it during a police search.

James John Clarke, 22, was charged after police searched a Pie Creek property on March 5.

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They saw Clarke throw something off the back veranda into long grass, and after searching the grass, found a glass pipe used in connection with smoking meth.

Taking his age and minimal criminal history into account, Mr Callaghan fined Clarke $300 and no conviction was recorded.

Gympie Times


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