A woman charged with drug related offences following a vehicle stop in North Wyong has been revealed as, Harriet Wran, the embattled daughter of former NSW Premier, Neville Wran.
Just after 1:30am on Wednesday, March 27, police from Tuggerah Lakes Police District stopped a Holden Colorado in the car park of a service station on the Pacific Hwy.
When officers approached the vehicle, a male passenger ran from the car.
Police spoke with the driver, Wran, before conducting a search of her and the vehicle.
Officers located and seized a number of laptops, mobile phones and credit cards, along with a large amount of mail.
The items are alleged to have been stolen.
Police also located drug paraphernalia and a small quantity of crystal substance, believed to be prohibited drugs.
Wran was arrested and taken to Wyong Police Station, where she was charged with possess prohibited drug, goods in custody (relating to 32 items), and not display P-plates.
Wran was given conditional bail to appear at Wyong Local Court on April 3.
The male passenger has not been located and inquiries are continuing.
Media release, Mar 27
NSW Police Media