A man who spent months in jail with bail refused has admitted to his role in a major Border drug supply syndicate.
Alfred William Clark will be sentenced in the District Court in Albury at the sittings beginning on August 19 on a single charge of supply an indictable drug of an indictable quantity.
Clark finally secured bail in February on the condition he not come within 100 kilometres of Albury.
Magistrate Imad Abdul-Karim also ordered that two related matters travel with the supply charge.
These are counts of participate in a criminal group/contribute criminal activity and supply a small quantity of a prohibited drug.
Clark was one of four people charged over the police seizure last August of drugs including ice and cocaine with a value of at least $300,000 to front Albury Local Court this week.
Mahmoud El-Zayat, who is also free on bail, appeared in order to have a variation made to his bail, allowing a three-day suspension for this week of reporting conditions and a curfew.
El-Zayat's partner, Claudette Tannous, was the only one of the five initially facing 140 charges over the syndicate's activities to not have her case mentioned.
Thomas Alfred Purtell, who is in Junee jail bail refused, had his charges adjourned to June 25 to allow the completion of ongoing case conference negotiations.
"It will be resolved," his solicitor, Mark Cronin, told Mr Abdul-Karim. "I can say that with confidence."
Mr Cronin said it was just a matter of determining the quantity with respect to supply.
Thirty-five charges were listed for mention in court, but it is expected that Purtell's case will be finalised on three.
These are charges of supply a commercial quantity of a prohibited drug, deal with proceeds of crime and knowingly participate in a criminal group/assist crime.
The final member of the syndicate, Kylie Maree Pearce, also fronted court via a video link to jail.
A committal will be held on Tuesday, when she will make a release application.
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