A DRUG user caught with a large stash of substances has been ordered to undertake a corrections order by a magistrate.
The substance, which turns into GHB when ingested, was considered to be of traffickable quantity.
The raid on White Post Road at Everton Upper also found a traffickable amount of meth, a small amount of heroin, Xanax and cannabis.
Five guns and stolen machinery were also recovered.
After her arrest, King told police “I’m a druggie, I take drugs – what else did you think you were going to find?”.
Police said she spent all of her money on drugs and raised concerns about her erratic behaviour.
The 33-year-old was taken into custody after the raid and later released on bail, which she breached.
King – who also uses the name Sarah Knights – wanted to be released to save her dog, which was at risk of being put down.
The Wodonga Magistrates Court this week heard King had collected her dog and was in Benalla.
She had travelled by train to Wodonga for the court appearance, and sported purple hair.
Magistrate David Faram appeared almost surprised when he saw her in court.
“I was a bit worried about her turning up today,” he said to King’s lawyer, Mario Vaccaro.
Just getting to court was “a step in the right direction”, the magistrate said.
King had been actively avoiding the police before her arrest.
The 33-year-old refused to pull over for officers while driving suspended in Beechworth and Everton at high speed on March 8.
She hit speeds of 142km/h at Diffey and Boundary Road in Everton, and 134k/mh at Everton Upper.
King also refused to stop for police in Glenrowan on May 16.
She had spent a stint in jail following her arrest and was released before being sentenced.
Mr Faram ordered her to complete the community corrections order.