By Michael Roberts | posted on November 19, 2020
AN ALBANY woman has faced court charged with intending to sell or supply a trafficable quantity of methamphetamine after the car she was travelling in was searched by authorities in February.
Police will allege Leah Beth Pass was the passenger of a vehicle carrying drugs which was stopped on Lower Denmark Road in Mount Elphinstone.
After searching the car, officers allegedly found 63 grams of meth hidden away in a security camera.
Police have also charged Ms Pass for failing to obey a data access order after she allegedly refused authorities access to two mobile phones.
Ms Pass pleaded not guilty to all charges in Albany Magistrates Court and was released on bail with a $10,000 personal undertaking and ordered to surrender her passport.
She will reappear in court on January 19.