A passenger in a car driven by former West Coast Eagles player Daniel Chick has been charged with possessing cocaine and cannabis.
Chick's car was on Tuesday pulled over in the inner Perth suburb of Northbridge at the same time a separate vehicle driven by fellow player, former Eagles skipper Ben Cousins, was stopped nearby.
Cousins, 29, was on Tuesday night charged with refusing a blood test and possessing an illegal drug.
Police said in a statement that questioning of Chick, 31, and his 33-year-old passenger on Tuesday had led to raids on two homes which uncovered quantities of cocaine, cannabis, methylamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.
The statement said the passenger was charged with possessing prohibited drugs, namely cocaine and cannabis, and a possessing a smoking implement.
He was granted bail and will appear in the Perth Magistrates Court on Monday.
Chick was released without charge. Police said inquiries were continuing.
Cousins, a former West Coast skipper, will appear in court on Thursday.
If found guilty, it is likely his celebrated playing career will be over.