Police have laid multiple charges on an 18-year-old driver after pulling her over for her driving manner.
The woman was stopped on Wood Road in Yenda on Sunday after being noticed by officers. Police found a knife in her possession.
She was later charged with drive with a suspended license, driving with expired registration, custody of a knife in a public place and for breaching bail.
A 35-year-old man has been charged after presenting police with a false Malaysian drivers licence at a stationary RBT in Hanwood.
In other crime news, Griffith police are confident charges will be laid "in the near future" after two women were seen stealing a television from Aldi on Oakes Road on Saturday.
The two women brazenly picked up a 40 inch TV still in its box and walked out of they store without making payment.
They were both seen entering a white sedan before leaving the carpark.
Police say they are continuing their inquiries, with charges expected to be laid for larceny.
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