Bomaderry man arrested in Nowra Post Office sting with 6000 prescription tablets faces court

A Bomaderry man has pleaded not guilty to intentionally importing more than 6000 prescription tablets from overseas.

Cameron Robert Johnson, 47, faced Nowra Local Court on Monday, July 23, pleading not guilty to two counts of intentionally importing prohibited tier 2 goods.

Acting on information, officers from the South Coast Police District arrested Johnson outside the Nowra Post Office around 10.20am on Wednesday, July 4 after he allegedly picked up two packages containing the drugs.

Court papers said the packages contained 6000 diazepam (valium) and 300 clonazpam (rivotril).

Johnson applied for and successfully had his original strict bail conditions altered by Magistrate Philip Stewart.

He will now be able to enter Australia Post outlets, but only to deregister his account and he can use the internet but is not allowed to buy anything online.

He will appear in court again on September 17.


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