Discovery of knuckle dusters in a Hamilton man's car led to a search which allegedly revealed drugs and drug utensils.
The man was arrested on Sunday after police allegedly found 10 grams of methamphetamine, 10 grams of cannabis and methamphetamine utensils.
Tai Marshall, also known as Tyrone Maihi, had his car searched by police after they noticed the knuckle dusters in his car.
Maihi's counsel Gavin Boot said his client disputed the substance was P and also the legality of the police search.
Marshall was remanded in custody until ESR had confirmed what the substance was.
- © Fairfax NZ News
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