Man accused of drug possession denies allegations

A MARYBOROUGH man will stand trial before a jury after he pleaded not guilty to a number of drug charges to a judge.

Police allege David Anthony Totivan had on him more than 500g of marijuana on two separate occasions.

He is also accused of supplying the dangerous drug.

Mr Totivan, a business owner, pleaded not guilty to three charges in Hervey Bay District Court on Friday.

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The trial will be at a future Maryborough District Court sitting, most likely next year.

Mr Totivan has bail. 



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