A raid on a Sydney home as police crack down on methylamphetamine supply in Wagga has landed a man in court on drugs and guns charges.
Officers executed a search warrant at a Calpac Place house in Old Toongabbie on Wednesday after identifying a man believed to be involved in the ongoing supply of drugs around Wagga.
During the search, police allegedly uncovered a number of firearms, drug-related items and cash.
Detectives returned to the home later in the day and arrested a 49-year-old man around 5pm.
He was charged at Parramatta police station with supplying an indictable quantity of a prohibited drug and possession charges for an shortened firearm, unregistered pistol, ammunition wouthout holding licence and a prohibited weapon without a permit.
He was refused bail and will appear at Parramatta Local Court on Thursday.
The Wagga Region Enforcement Squad have established Strike Force Clematis to investigate the ongoing supply of drugs, particularly meth.
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