JESSE James Clarke is facing 59 charges after his arrest at Culcairn early on Thursday morning after he tried to escape from police.
Police moved to arrest him in the culmination of a two-month operation monitoring drug supplying in the Albury region.
He got off a train at the railway station about 3.50am and police allege he threw away a small amount of methylamphetamine before a drug squad detective caught him.
Clarke, 22, of Ryan Road, Albury, appeared briefly in Albury Local Court yesterday and through solicitor Sue Robey made no application for bail.
He has been charged with 47 counts of drug supply, possessing a prohibited drug, three counts of resisting arrest, assaulting police, disqualified driving, failing to stop in a police pursuit, driving an unregistered, uninsured vehicle and three counts of dealing with property the suspected proceeds of crime.
The charges have been adjourned until August 26 with Clarke appearing through a video link from jail.
The drug supply charges involving methamphetamine allegedly happened between May 31 and August 8.
One of the counts relating to property suspected of being proceeds of crime involves $368, another $1494.80 and the third mobile phones and iPhones valued at $4800.
A woman arrived to collect Clarke at Culcairn, and was also arrested by police.
Jesse Lea Williams, 21, of Campbell Court, Albury, has been charged with five counts of knowingly take part in drug supply on July 11, 18, 23, August 1 and 7.
She is also charged with drug possession on Thursday.
Magistrate Tony Murray granted bail for Williams and imposed a nightly curfew between 9pm and 8am with reporting to police three times weekly.
She is on $5000 bail with a $3000 cash surety and banned from contacting Clarke.
Her charges are also back before the court on August 26.