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More cocaine hell for the NRL

Rugby League mistake

The NRL’s trouble with cocaine continues to rear its head as Canterbury Bulldogs forward Ofahiki Ogden has been charged with possession of a prohibited substance.

New South Wales police allegedly picked up Ogden with the forward allegedly found possessing cocaine, with the NRL and the Bulldogs confirming they are aware of the allegations.

“We’re aware that Ofahiki was charged with possession of an illegal substance and the matter is currently with the integrity unit,” Bulldogs chief executive Aaron Warburton said.

“We can’t make any comment other than that.”

NSW police confirmed that officers from the Eastern Suburbs Proactive Crime Team pulled over a Mazda 3 in Waverley at about 9.40pm on Saturday night.

“Police searched the vehicle and the three male occupants aged 23, 24 and 25,” the statement said.

“Police will allege two plastic satchels of white powder were located on the 25-year-old man.

“He was issued with a Field Court Attendance Notice for possession of prohibited drug and is expected to appear in Waverley Local Court.

“Investigations are continuing into possible breaches of the Public Health Order.”

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