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Former Lone Wolf bikie club member pleaded guilty in Southport Magistrates Court to possession of a dangerous drug, and breach of bail

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An ex-bikie who told police he had consumed GHB after being found passed out in his car at a roundabout has been fined $300 for drug possession.

Former Lone Wolf bikie club member Shane Treloar pleaded guilty in Southport Magistrates Court on Friday to possession of a dangerous drug, and breach of bail.

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The court heard police were called to help paramedics with a man “passed out in a car” on

Pacific Pines Blvd about 2am on June 21 last year.

Treloar was in the driver’s seat with keys in the ignition.

“Ambulance staff stated they used pain response to awaken the male who seemed heavily affected by something,” prosecutor Bob Faulkner said.

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The court heard Treloar was “highly agitated and twitchy” and told police he had taken fantasy.

Police said when they moved the car from the roadway they found amount of ice.

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The court heard Treloar failed to report to a police station on February 1 as he was in NSW working. Magistrate Michelle Dooley fined him $300 and recorded a conviction.

1 comment

  1. Pretty pathetic when a $300 fine makes the news.
    Think it would have if the guy had been an accountant?
    Not a chance.


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