A teenager caught with a large amount of ice, ecstasy and marijuana during a raid at his family home vomited and tried to run from police after being handcuffed.
Officers raided the 17-year-old's Wodonga house on Nordsvan Drive on July 30 after receiving a tip-off about drug supply.
Despite his young age, police found 580 grams of cannabis, 103 ecstasy pills, three grams of meth and nearly $3000 in cash.
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A children's court heard on Tuesday the boy was handcuffed before vomiting, and tried to run from investigators.
While he admitted to having the drugs, he denied trafficking them.
His phone showed he had been selling marijuana, but there was no evidence of ecstasy or ice sales.
The court heard he had only been holding the pills and powder for another person.
Magistrate Stella Stuthridge noted how serious the charges were.
"I suspect it was a lot of money that flowed through your hands at the time," she said.
"And that really worries me in a young person."
She suspected "things were possibly green-lighted for you" at the house.
His father was also arrested during the raid.
The boy was placed on probation.