ALBURY woman Jessee Lea Williams is in jail after having further drug supply charges laid against her and while she waits for a vacancy in a rehabilitation program, a court heard yesterday.
Solicitor Mark Cronin said in Albury Local Court Williams has been charged with further drug-related matters after getting bail on six offences in August.
Mr Cronin said no bail application had yet been made on the recent matters and Williams was on a waiting list for drug rehabilitation.
She appeared through a video link from Silverwater jail.
Williams, 21, of Campbell Court, was charged with five counts of knowingly taking part in drug supply on July 11, 18, 23 and August 1 and 7 and one charge of drug possession.
She was arrested when she drove to Culcairn to collect Jesse James Clarke, 22, from a train.
Police arrested him after a two-month operation monitoring drug supplying in the region and Clarke faces 59 charges.
Clarke was refused bail but Williams was granted bail with a nightly curfew and reporting to police three times weekly.
She was also banned from contacting Clarke.
Police have since laid three further drug supply charges with one being strictly indictable and there was a further matter of breaching bail.
It is alleged Williams between August 16 and September 21 contacted Clarke by phone and exchanged several letters.
Magistrate Megan Greenwood adjourned the charges until October 8 for a possible bail application if drug rehabilitation was available.