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Man alleged to have had 4000 ecstasy tablets

A MAN police allegedly caught with 4000 ecstasy tablets in August remains behind bars.

Buzz Harrison was arrested by officers from Strike Force Eldorado after extensive investigations into the supply of ecstasy on the North Coast.

He faces 15 charges including 14 counts of supplying a prohibited drug and one count of possessing a prohibited drug.

The court heard police seized Harrison's car for forensic examination.

Magistrate R Denes ordered the police brief of evidence to be prepared by January 29.

She adjourned the matter until February 5 at Lismore Local court.

Topics:  crime, drugs, lismore local court



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