Harriet Wran avoids jail time for latest crimes
The daughter of former NSW premier Neville Wran has avoided serving time in jail for possession of ice and stolen goods.
31-year-old Harriet Wran was arrested in March and charged after police found drugs and thousands of dollars of stolen goods in her car.
The man she was with fled into bushland and still hasn’t been found.
She had been out of jail for less than three years after serving two years for her role in the murder of drug dealer Daniel McNulty.
Wran pleaded guilty to possessing drugs, goods in custody and not displaying P-plates.
She has been hit with $550 worth of fines and placed on a 12-month community corrections order.
Magistrate Caleb Franklin said her offences were at the lower end, but not trivial.
“Ms Wran, for your sake and the community’s, I hope you will keep going with your progress of rehabilitation,” he said.