Jessica Kate Rawlings, 36, pleaded guilty to possessing dangerous drugs and possessing property suspected of having been used in connection with the commission of a drug offence.
Jessica Kate Rawlings, 36, pleaded guilty to possessing dangerous drugs and possessing property suspected of having been used in connection with the commission of a drug offence.

Woman tried to hide weed from cops in her bra

A woman busted with a small bag of cannabis at a service station faced Gladstone Magistrates Court on Tuesday.

Jessica Kate Rawlings, 36, pleaded guilty to possessing dangerous drugs and possessing property suspected of having been used in connection with the commission of a drug offence.

Police prosecutor Carl Spargo read the facts of Rawlings’ case to the court and Magistrate Bevan Manthey.

About midnight on February 9, Rawlings was observed sitting in the carpark of the BP petrol station on the corner of Ballantine St and Aerodrome Rd at Clinton.

Rawlings was detained for a search, which uncovered a clip-seal bag that contained 0.3 grams of cannabis hidden in her bra and an empty clip-seal bag in her handbag.

How to activate free Courier Mail subscription

Rawlings was questioned about the items and stated the cannabis and clip-seal bags were hers.

Mr Manthey fined Rawlings $200 and the drug property was forfeited to the Crown.

No conviction was recorded.

More Gladstone Magistrates Court news:

‘Get the police’: Man’s violent threat sparks fear

Bong and scales in plain sight during police search

Gladstone mother of two busted with drug pipe during raid



Long-awaited assault in one swift, unexpected move

Premium Content Long-awaited assault in one swift, unexpected move

The man said he had been wanting to punch his victim for a long time.

Man airlifted from rural property after machinery fall

Premium Content Man airlifted from rural property after machinery fall

The man was working atop machinery when he fell five metres.

JOG ON: 1770 Festival Fun Run is back in 2021

Premium Content JOG ON: 1770 Festival Fun Run is back in 2021

Dressing up is encouraged with a theme of, ‘The Spirit of 1770’.