POLICE have uncovered cannabis plants, stolen tools and weapons while raiding a home in Wodonga.
Officers searched the house, on the corner of London Road and Belgrade Avenue, at 10am on Monday.
A court hearing for resident Rhiannon Jade Miles heard officers removed dried marijuana, 28 Suboxone patches from under her pillow, a taser, iPad and a firework.
Her backyard had 35 small cannabis plants, while the laundry cupboard had 14 power tools inside a basket.
The tools had been stolen from a Wodonga construction company early Friday morning.
Other items, including a leaf blower, appeared to belong to a council or juvenile justice.
Police believe Miles is allegedly involved in the drug trade, with the court hearing she refused to give officers access to her mobile phone.
The court heard the mother-of-two had recently relapsed into ice use.
Senior Constable James Howarth said methamphetamine was “probably the root of Rhiannon’s problems”.
“The circles that Rhiannon runs in, there are some fairly serious criminals that come and go from the house,” he told the court.
She applied for bail on Tuesday and Wednesday and offered the unusual step of having a family member move into her home.
Her mother, Debbie Mills, said she would stop any criminals from entering the property.
“This is her last chance,” she said on Tuesday.
“I’m trying to do everything I can to help her stay out.”
Ms Mills said she thought her daughter had been “starting to get her head together” before her latest arrest.
But the court on Wednesday heard Ms Mills herself had a criminal record, including two drug-driving matters in the past three years.
Miles is already on a corrections order and the court heard police in Albury wanted to extradite her over to NSW.
Senior Constable Howarth said he believed Miles had been trading stolen tools for drugs.
“Most police are aware Ms Miles’ address is a hotspot for crime,” he said.
The matter will return at a later date.