A MAN and woman from Fishermans Paradise have appeared in Nowra Local Court facing a variety of drug charges.
Ashley Peter Boxsell, 37, and Renee Boxsell, 39, both of Cornfield Road, appeared before Magistrate Dr Gabriel Fleming on Tuesday.
Mr Boxsell faces charges of supplying a prohibited drug on an ongoing basis strictly indictable, supplying a prohibited drug indictable quantity (not cannabis), possessing a prohibited drug, possessing ammunition without holding a licence/permit/authorisation and participate in a criminal group contribute to criminal activity.
The court heard he allegedly supplied methamphetamine or ice on 30 consecutive days between May 24 and June 15 this year.
It was alleged he supplied 25 grams of meth at Fishermans Paradise between May 7 and June 24 this year and was found in possession of ammunition at Fishermans Paradise on July 2.
Ms Boxsell faces six charges, including three counts of knowingly take part in the supply of a prohibited drugs, possess or use weapon without a permit, possessing prohibited drugs and participate in a criminal group contribute to criminal activity.
The court heard she allegedly supplied meth at Termeil on May 24, at Lake Tabourie on June 5 and Sunshine Bay on June 12. She was also in possession of cannabis leaf on July 2.
It was also alleged she was in possession of a weapon at Fishermans Paradise on July 2 without a licence or permit.
They have both been bailed to appear in Nowra Local Court on January 19.
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