Paulsen injects at family event

NATHAN Cameron Paulsen was fined $1450 when he appeared in Maryborough Magistrates Court on drug charges.

Paulsen had injected speed at a family function at Glenwood on December 13 and then disposed of his used needle in a plastic rubbish bag.

He was charged with possessing a drug, failing to properly dispose of a needle and contravening a direction to supply his fingerprints to police.

Paulsen pleaded guilty to all charges.



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