GUILTY: Warwick man pleads guilty after being pulled up by police.
GUILTY: Warwick man pleads guilty after being pulled up by police. Paul Donaldson BUN120617POL3

Warwick man pleads guilty after time in watch-house

A WARWICK man has pleaded guilty to 11 charges in court after being pulled over by police at Allora at the weekend.

Peter Andrew Feyaerts appeared in Warwick Magistrates Court on Monday morning.

He pleaded guilty to all charges, which included multiple counts of possessing dangerous drugs and drug utensils as well as counts of disqualified driving and failing to appear.

Some of the offences dated back to October 2017, when he was caught in possession of amphetamines and marijuana.

His failure to appear in court charge was laid in February 2018.

Allora Police Senior Constable Riley Cozens said police intercepted and searched a vehicle on Forde St about 4pm on Friday.

The search revealed quantities of drugs as well as utensils inside the car and Feyaerts was later charged.

He was held in police custody before his matter was brought before the court on Monday.

The 44-year-old man was ordered to serve 12 months' probation and was given fines totalling $1050.

Feyaerts was also disqualified from driving for two years and one month.