Four people have been charged after several houses in Wagga were raided, allegedly uncovering drugs, cash and cars.
Search warrants were executed at homes in Kooringal, North Wagga and Mount Austin as officers from a specialist squad crack down on drug supply in the region.
The Southern Region's enforcement squad and officers from Strike Force Merrigong began searching the homes in an operation that began around 8am on Tuesday.
During the searches, police discovered and seized a range of drugs, more than $10,000 in cash and two vehicles.
Two men and a woman, all aged in their 20s, were arrested at a Kooringal residence and taken to Wagga police station.
A fourth person was arrested in North Wagga before also being taken to the station and all four have been charged over their alleged involvement in supplying MDMA, amphetamines and cocaine throughout the Riverina.
A 20-year-old man is facing a raft of charges, including two each of supplying a commercial quantity of a prohibited drug and supplying an indictable quantity of a prohibited drug. He is also accused of dealing with proceeds of crime, knowingly directing activities of a criminal group and possessing a prohibited weapon.
A 22-year-old woman has been charged twice over on supplying a commercial quantity of a pohibited drug, and supplying an indictable quantity of a prohibited drug and one each of supplying a small quantity of a prohibited drug and participating in a criminal group.
The 24-year-old man arrested at the home is accused of participating in a criminal group as well as facing two charges each of knowingly taking part in the supply of a prohibited drug and supplying an indictable amount of a prohibited drug.
The Kooringal trio were refused bail and will all face court on Wednesday, while the woman arrested in North Wagga will appear before Wagga Local Court on April 8.
She was granted strict conditional bail after being charged with knowingly taking part in the supply of prohibited drugs, four counts of supplying prohibited drugs, supplying drugs on an ongoing basis and participating in a criminal group.
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Southern Region Operations Manager, Detective Superintendent Kevin McNeil said the arrests are the culmination of excellent work by the Region Enforcement Squad.
"The supply of drugs in regional towns has a major impact on the community, and it simply won't be tolerated," Supt McNeil said.
"We will continue to target those engaging in the supply of illegal drugs, and rest assured anyone who engages in these activities will face the full brunt of the law.
"If anyone in the community has any information about the supply of illegal drugs, I would like to urge them to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or local police."