Three accused meth cooks await committal over drug charges

THREE accused drug cooks, who allegedly fled to Queensland following raids at a Coffs Harbour caravan park, will be back in court on Tuesday.

Paul Donnelly, Karina Greenwood and Christine Buchanan were all on bail on drug manufacturing charges last year when they allagedly ignored a condition to stay in Coffs Harbour and headed north.

Police allege Greenwood and Buchanan were in the process of cooking meth when their van at the Koala Villas Caravan Park was raided in January last year.

Buchanan was arrested on the Gold Coast last month while Donnelly and Greenwood were extradited from Ipswich last week.

All three will appear in the Coffs Local Court tomorrow via video link from the prisons where they are awaiting committal over the drug charges.



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