A Springdale Heights teenager with a renowned "contempt for the judicial system" has committed his latest crime less than an hour after being given bail on other allegations.
Madoc Elphick had just been released on conditional bail when police found him with the anti-psychotic drug Seroquel.
The 18-year-old, Albury Local Court was told this week, had a tablet and a quarter-tablet of the drug without a prescription.
He pleaded guilty to having goods in custody suspected of being stolen, for which he was convicted and fined $500.
Albury police were in Glenelg Drive, Springdale Heights, on January 5 just after 9.30am when they saw Elphick inside a nearby unit.
They entered the residence through an open door and during a search of Elphick, found the drugs wrapped in plastic in his sock.
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