Ice, cash found

A Marrickville woman has been charged with possessing and supplying a prohibited drug (indictable).
At 2.40pm (Tuesday, April 21), Traffic and Highway Patrol Police stopped the driver of a Hyundai for a roadside breath test on the Hume Highway, Boxers Creek.
Checks revealed the driver, a 29-year-old woman, had her licence cancelled on Wednesday, February 5 and that she had allegedly been charged with driving without a valid licence four times already this year.
The woman also participated in a roadside drug test that allegedly returned a positive indication for methylamphetamines.
She was arrested and the vehicle was searched with police allegedly locating 2.18g of ice and prescription medication allegedly inside her handbag.
Police also located 28.8g of ice and $29,380 cash allegedly concealed inside cereal and biscuit boxes within a shopping bag, and seven mobile phones in the rear of the Hyundai.
The estimated potential street value of the ice located is $23,235.
A passenger in the vehicle, a 35-year-old woman, was also arrested and both were taken to Goulburn Police Station.
The younger woman, from Telopea, was charged with never licensed person drive vehicle on road – prior offence, possess prohibited drug, and possess/attempt to, prescribed restricted substance.
The older woman was from Marrickville and was also charged with goods in personal custody suspected being stolen (not motor vehicle), and recklessly deal with proceeds of crime.