Police have arrested five people as part of a cross-border drug supply investigation.
Police raided a Mulwala motel on Thursday morning and seized drug paraphernalia and electronic devices.
A 28-year-old man - Ben Robert Quigley - was charged with two counts of drug supply, car theft, police pursuit, and for four outstanding warrants relating to traffic offences.
Quigley had been due to appear before bail court in Wagga late Thursday.
Police also executed three simultaneous warrants at Wangaratta, Cobram and Shepparton, seizing ice, MDMA, weapons and stolen goods.
Four people were arrested in Victoria.
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Albury Detecting Acting Inspector Chris Wallace said the arrests were the culmination of excellent work by police on both sides of the border.
"The supply of drugs in regional towns has a major impact on the community, and it simply won't be tolerated," he said.
"We have worked closely with our counterparts in Victoria throughout this investigation and the hard work of police on both sides of the border has paid off.
"We will continue to target those engaging in the supply of illegal drugs, and rest assured anyone who engages in these activities will face the full brunt of the law."
Enquiries under Strike Force Stair are continuing.