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Adelaide Crows AFL duo Brad Crouch and Tyson Stengle caught by security cameras, police say


South Australia’s police commissioner says Crows duo Brad Crouch and Tyson Stengle were caught in an alleged drug bust by covert CCTV cameras in the Adelaide CBD.

The club revealed on Monday the duo was stopped in a taxi by police in the early hours of Monday morning, allegedly carrying cocaine.

Club chief executive Andrew Fagan has refused to speculate on what led to the pair being caught, but Police Commissioner Grant Stevens has shed some light on the incident.

He says live-monitored security cameras picked up alleged illicit activity.

“The message is police are watching and the chances are you’ll be caught,” Stevens said.

Police said they “spoke with” the duo before referring them to counselling as part of a drug diversion…



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