Shaky hands, croaky voice on Gladstone ice user
A WHIFF of heavily sprayed cologne greeted the nasal passages of Gladstone police and aroused their suspicion after stopping Joshua Williams' car.
In a search officers found the drug, ice, and a knife. Williams, 20, pleaded guilty in Gladstone Magistrates Court to possession of methylamphetamine and the knife.
Police prosecutor Gavin Reece said the car was stopped at an RBT and police noticed Williams' voice was croaky and hands shaky.
"There was an overwhelming smell of cologne," he said.
Williams was sentenced to an 18-month probation order.