A Wodonga woman involved in large-scale drug-dealing on the Border has been jailed for 18 months.
Claudette Tannous, 25, was a key player in the ice syndicate, which used a Kurrajong Crescent home as a drug storage and dealing venue.
The group was involved in the distribution of hundreds of grams of ice worth tens of thousands of dollars last year.
But police were listening in on the key players and managed to recover drugs sold in many of the deals.
A further 10 bags of ice, each containing an ounce of the drug, were found behind a false wall at the West Albury home during a raid on August 1 last year.
Tannous was arrested after agreeing to sell 168 grams of ice to a man known as "Chris" outside As Thick as Thieves on Dean Street the same day.
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Her partner, Mahmoud El-Zayat, was allegedly found with an ounce of cocaine on him when he was arrested with Tannous outside the cafe.
He is contesting the charges at trial.
Tannous, who has similar priors in Wodonga, was sentenced to a minimum 18-month jail term in the Albury District Court on Wednesday, with a three-year maximum.
Police had launched a strike force last February to target the group and Tannous was identified as an "integral" member.
She was recorded directing street level dealers to make drug transactions with Thomas Purtell from the Kurrajong Crescent property.
Tannous was involved in the supply of 332.4 grams of meth to "Chris", worth $51,600, in three separate deals last June and July.
She counted the cash and allegedly gave it to her partner.
The 25-year-old arranged to supply 112 grams of ice to another man known as "Kiwi", consisting of seven deals, between last June and August.
Tannous met "Chris" in Albury last July 18, and he was given four bags of meth.
There was further discussion about the supply of 168 grams of ice.
She was arrested when police intercepted the planned exchange.
Kylie Maree Pearce was arrested at the West Albury home and was last week sentenced to a minimum 15 months in jail, with a 27-month maximum.
Alfred Clarke was also arrested at the home and received a two-year intensive corrections order, and Purtell will be sentenced on Monday.