A man accused of overseeing a criminal group supplying drugs on the Central Coast will spend the next two months behind bars.
Twenty-seven-year-old Mason Wood didn't apply for bail in Gosford Court today, and it was formally refused.
He'll next face court on July 27th, charged with five offences including large commercial drug supply, commercial drug supply, two counts of drug supply, and knowingly direct activities of criminal group.
Police cuffed Wood at a house in East Gosford yesterday morning, where they also allegedly seized three firearms, including a .22 calibre bolt-action rifle and two shortened double-barrel shotguns, a stolen police baton, ice, cocaine, cannabis, steroids, scales, more than $5000 cash, mobile phones, and documentation.
The firearms will be examined by specialist forensic and ballistics officers.
While Strike Force Gillen, set up by the State Crime Command to investigate the supply of ice locally, is continuing its work.