Drugs, protected turtles, stolen War Memorial and National Servicemen plaques found
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He was bailed to appear in the Mandurah Magistrates Court on Friday.
Police say the investigation is ongoing in relation to the possession of protected wildlife and other items seized from the property.
All Australian freshwater turtles are protected species in Australia.
The two turtles were taken to an animal rescue centre.