A woman has been remanded in custody while facing several drug, theft and proceeds of crime charges.August 16, 2014 5:42am
Karen Bouvac, 45, of no fixed address faced Shepparton Magistrates’ Court yesterday on 13 charges.
The charges include trafficking a drug of dependence while on bail and trafficking a drug of dependence, methylamphetamine.
Both actions are alleged to have occurred at Numurkah on Thursday.
She is also facing charges of dealing with property suspected of being the proceeds of crime, including phones, perfumes, jewellery, money, a laptop, Swisse vitamin tablets and ladies clothing, also in Numurkah on Thursday.
Police also allege she stole a painting from Kialla’s Peppermill Motor Inn on July 28, worth $100, and stayed at the motel for three nights without paying for accommodation.
Ms Bouvac was remanded in custody and the case was adjourned until September 12.
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