Australia Duo in court over NSW medical supply stash

12:06  09 may  2018
12:06  09 may  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Two people have appeared in court after a police raid in Sydney's southwest uncovered an unusual cache of medical supplies including prescription forms.

A man and woman have been charged after police allegedly found a stash of medical supplies at a southwest Sydney home, including prescription forms and doctors' stamps. They were both due to appear before Liverpool Local Court on Wednesday.

The pair appeared before Magistrate Sharon Holdsworth at Liverpool Local Court on Wednesday. © REUTERS/Brian Snyder The pair appeared before Magistrate Sharon Holdsworth at Liverpool Local Court on Wednesday. A man and woman allegedly caught with a stash of medical supplies including prescription forms at a southwest Sydney home, have been refused bail.

Philip Andronicos, 47, and Karla Renee Hanson, 43, were arrested in Ashcroft about 9am on Wednesday after police searched their Sutton Road unit.

Officers allegedly found scripts, doctors' stamps, patients' details and prescription drugs.

They were charged with a string of offences including possessing prescribed restricted substances and forging a prescription for restricted substances.

The pair appeared before Magistrate Sharon Holdsworth at Liverpool Local Court on Wednesday.

Andronicos entered a plea of not guilty and was refused bail.

Hanson's bail was also refused with the court finding her an unacceptable risk of committing a serious offence and endangering the safety of the community. She also pleaded not guilty.

Both cases were adjourned to June 20.

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