A man has been charged with a string of drug-related offences at Lake Macquarie.
Police arrested the 31-year-old after they stopped a white Holden Commodore on the Pacific Highway at Jewells just after 7.30pm on Saturday.
Officers allegedly found drugs including Gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB) and methylamphetamine during a search of the car.
The man was granted conditional bail in court on Sunday.
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After the arrest, detectives searched a home on Ntaba Road at Jewells at about 12.30pm on Sunday, where they allegedly found 3kg cannabis, more than 1kg methylamphetamine, more than one-litre of liquid amphetamines, more than 300gm of MDMA, more than 2kg amphetamine, steroids, pharmaceutical drugs, vacuum food sealers, sophisticated drug ledgers, drug paraphernalia, a sum of cash and a pellet handgun.
Police arrested the 31-year-old again on Monday night and charged him with three counts of supply prohibited drug (large commercial quantity), supply prohibited drug (commercial quantity), supply prohibited drug (indictable and commercial quantity), possess unregistered firearm, possess ammunition without a permit, and owner/occupier knowingly allow use as a drug premises.
He was refused bail to appear in Belmont Local Court on Tuesday.
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