A Broome man who threw drugs over Broome Regional Prison’s fence and used methamphetamine to pay for a car service has been fined $1650. Cornell Bradley Tolentino appeared via video link from Broome Regional Prison on August 30, pleading guilty to eight charges, including the possession and supply of cocaine, meth and cannabis. On May 5, police searched Tolentino’s home and found 97g of cannabis and 2.4g of meth, as well as cocaine and two glass bongs. The court was told Tolentino supplied meth to a friend who would service his vehicle in exchange for the drug and, during the man’s time in custody, Tolentino had been throwing substances over the fence of Broome Regional Prison. It was heard Tolentino had undertaken the majority of his community service, but was unable to complete it due to his supervisor going on leave. Magistrate Stephen Sharratt said Tolentino was “old enough to know better”. “Just give it up,” he said.