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Police have charged a man and woman with 46 counts of supplying drugs in the Clarence Valley region.

At 9.30am yesterday (16 October), Grafton detectives raided at homes on Margaret Street, South Grafton and Arthur Street, Grafton.

A 39-year-old woman and 42-year-old man were arrested at Margaret Street and taken to Grafton Police Station.

Both were charged with ongoing supply of prohibited drug and supply prohibited drug.

The arrests were the result of Strike Force Coosada, set up in March by Coffs/Clarence Local Area Command, to investigate the supply of methylamphetamine and cannabis in the area.

The couple were refused bail to appear before Grafton Local Court today.

 


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