Harriet Wran Allegedly Found With Drugs And Stolen Goods
Harriet Wran, the daughter of a former NSW premier, is in serious trouble with police after an incident at a petrol station.
The 30-year-old was pulled over at a petrol station in North Wyong in the early hours of Wednesday morning when police allegedly found drugs and stolen goods.
Her male passenger fled.
Officers who searched her car said they found syringes and two resealable bags of what police are alleging is methamphetamine.
They also found six laptops, five mobile phones, an iPad, computer accessories, credit cards and even unopened mail with addresses ranging from Hornsby to Newcastle.
It’s alleged all 32 items were stolen.
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Tuggerah Police chief Inspector Cole Lott told 10 News First the passenger dropped several mail items as he ran away, and that police understand him to be complicit in the alleged offences.
“With the property that we’ve recovered we’re alleging that they’ve been involved in criminal activity,” Lott said.
"Mail items are usually fraud related. They take the identity of those people to take out personal loans."
Wran was arrested and charged with possessing prohibited drugs, having stolen goods in custody and not displaying her P-plates.
She was taken to Wyong police station but did not cooperate with police, allegedly refusing to be interviewed.
Her passenger is still yet to be located.
Police suspect she could be slapped with more charges once they speak with the owners of that property, particularly regarding the unopened mail.