Two men have been fined in Orange Local Court for drug possession.
Benjamin Campbell, 26, of Kent Avenue, was in a car that was stopped for a random breath test at 4.30pm on July 15 in Spring Street.
Campbell and another passenger were known to police who decided to search them.
When he was told he would be searched, Campbell handed over a small bag containing 1.09 grams of cannabis. He said he bought it for $10 and intended to smoke it.
Torey Jay Gardiner, 35, of Sir Neville Howse Place, was found in possession of 0.4 grams of cannabis leaf on July 14.
According to information presented to the court police attended a house in Sir Neville Howse Place for an unrelated matter at 2.30pm and smelt cannabis at the house.
Gardiner was also at the house and when police spoke to him he said, "I'm just having a couple of cones, then I'm f***ing off".
"I don't give a f***," he said when he was reminded smoking cannabis was illegal. He was told he would be searched and he threw a small plastic bag of cannabis leaf onto the front yard.
Both men appeared in court before magistrate David Day who fined them both $55 each.
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