Police have laid 82 charges against three people who allegedly supplied large amounts of ice and marijuana from a home in Howlong.
The two alleged main offenders - Crystal Lamont and Armin Fejzic - chose to stay in custody cells on Friday instead of appearing in court.
It's alleged the pair took part in the supply of 112 grams of ice in Howlong on July 3.
Lamont is also accused of supplying six litres of precursor drug ephedrine - a commercial quantity - between July 20 and 24.
It's alleged the 37-year-old took part in further drug supplies, ranging from small to large amounts of ice.
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Lamont was allegedly found with 22 ecstasy tablets, two ounces of cannabis, 26 grams of ice and two tasers during her arrest at the Clarke Street home on Thursday.
Police had been monitoring the property in recent months.
Police allege Fejzic, on the day of his arrest, supplied two ounces of cannabis, 7.3 grams of MDMA and 18 grams of ice.
Many of his charges relate to the alleged supply of cannabis.
Officers also found $810 cash at the home.
The pair didn't apply for bail and will return to court on October 15.
The court heard James Oliver Greensill was a lesser player in the matter, and allegedly took part in a smaller number of deals over a shorter period.
The 49-year-old started crying when told he would be released.
Police had opposed his bail, but lawyer Tim Hemsley said he could live in Rankin Springs, about 300 kilometres away.
"He would effectively be confined to a small country town which has a full time police officer there," Mr Hemsley said.
"He keeps very much to himself."
Greensill will return to court on September 2.
Speaking outside of court, Detective Inspector Winston Woodward said police would continue to target rural drug supply.
"We rely on information from community members and hard work by our local police in matters such as these, and in this case we have seen great success," he said.
"We are stopping the flow of drugs through rural areas, one drug dealer at a time, and we won't be stopping anytime soon."
About a dozen officers raided the property on Thursday.