Three men have been arrested over the alleged supply of methylamphetamine on the Far South Coast.
According to NSW Police, the men aged 20 and 27 will face Eden Local Court on August 7 over their alleged involvement in the supply of prohibited drugs and dealing with the proceeds of crime.
A 38-year-old man will also face Narooma Local Court on July 11 also charged over his alleged involvement in the supply of methylamphetamine.
He has been refused bail.
The arrests are linked to Strike Force Sharwen, set up by South Coast Police District detectives in April to investigate the supply of prohibited drugs in the Bega Valley.
Strike force detectives executed a search warrant at a rural property between Bega and Eden on Tuesday, July 2, seizing several items and a quantity of including methylamphetamine and cannabis.
Following further inquiries, the 38-year-old was arrested on Nelba Nelba Rd in Bega on Wednesday, July 10, with police alleging the man was involved in the supply of methylamphetamine throughout the Bega Valley.
He was taken to Bega Police Station and charged with supplying a prohibited drug on an ongoing basis, and two counts of supplying prohibited drugs.
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