An Albury "ice" dealer who was caught out when police tapped his mobile phone will be sentenced next month.
Gregory Wayne Crawford supplied 13.6 grams of methamphetamine under the covert watch of police.
He also sold an amount of cannabis, Albury Local Court was told on Tuesday.
Crawford, who is in jail bail refused, will now be sentenced on September 17, but only after he has taken part in the preparation of a sentence assessment report.
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The 35-year-old, of Donovan Street, pleaded guilty to supply a prohibited drug, two charges of possess a prohibited drug and one of dealing with the proceeds of crime.
Magistrate Rodney Brender was told how police obtained a telecommunications warrant on December 18 for Crawford's mobile phone service.
Crawford was always referred to as "Greg" when he used his phone, which wasn't used by anyone else.
"The accused has received text messages and telephone calls relating to the supply of drugs," it was outlined in a Director of Public Prosecutions agreed set of facts supplied to the court on Tuesday.
In addition to the methamphetamine, Crawford did deals for cannabis totaling six grams.
He conducted a total of 27 individual deals, for weights largely ranging from 0.1 grams to 0.8 grams, though these included four deals of 1.75 grams each.
Crawford was arrested on March 27.