A man has been charged after allegedly wielding a knife in a Tweed Heads South carpark.
A man has been charged after allegedly wielding a knife in a Tweed Heads South carpark. Rob Wright

Man charged for wielding knife in carpark

A 20-YEAR-OLD man from Doonellagan has been charged with having a knife in a public place and unlicensed driving after an alleged carpark fight in Tweed Heads South.

Police were called to the scene outside a takeaway food restaurant on Minjungbal Dr about 3pm on Sunday, October 15.

Police allege the man armed himself with a knife and walked toward another car.

Witnesses phoned 000 and police located the man driving in Florence St, Tweed Heads.

The car was searched and police seized the knife, while a check revealed the man had never held a driver's licence.

He will face Tweed Heads Local Court next Monday.



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