A Cloncurry man has been charged with drugs and explosive charges after police stopped his vehicle for a routine check.
Police said that at around 9.50pm on Wednesday August 7, officers intercepted a vehicle on Railway Street, for the purpose of a licence check.
Upon speaking with the male driver, officers reasonably suspected he had drugs in the vehicle.
Officers searched the vehicle and allegedly located two clip seal bags; one containing white crystals believed to be crystal methamphetamine and one bag containing green leafy material, believed to be cannabis.
Two used smoking pipes were located in the glove box.
Police will further allege, that 30 firecracker sticks were also located in the glove box.
In Queensland only trained and licensed professionals may buy, store, transport or use fireworks.
A 51-year-old Cloncurry man has been charged with two counts of possess dangerous drug and one count each of authority required to possess explosives and possess utensil.
He is due to appear in the Cloncurry Magistrates Court on September 12.