A Howlong man and a Wangaratta man will face court, charged with drug offences, after attempting to cross into NSW allegedly using a fraudulent permit.
NSW Police said about 7am on Saturday, officers stopped a vehicle at the Albury border checkpoint.
Police spoke to the driver, a 39-year-old Wangaratta man, who produced a permit which stated he was entering NSW for a medical appointment.
The passenger, a 38-year-old Howlong man, also produced a permit.
After speaking with the men, officers conducted a search of the vehicle where they located and seized a small amount of prohibited drugs, along with drug paraphernalia.
Further checks revealed the driver's permit was fraudulent.
The men were arrested and taken to Albury Police Station.
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The 39-year-old driver was issued a penalty notice for attempting to enter on false information, and was charged with drug possession, and breach of bail.
The Wangaratta man was refused bail and will appear at Wagga Wagga Bail Court tomorrow.
The 38-year-old passenger was charged with three counts of drug possession, and possess a drug implement.
The Howlong man was given conditional bail to appear at Albury Local Court on October 12.