A Wodonga grandmother on bail for serious allegations including supplying methamphetamine is likely to face more charges.
This was revealed when the case against 37-year-old Tammie Parnaby was mentioned in Albury Local Court on Tuesday.
Up to three more charges were close to being laid, magistrate Richard Funston was told.
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But the nature of the allegations were not outlined by Director of Public Prosecutions representative Mary-Beth McFarlane, who appeared via a video link to Wagga.
Parnaby was recently sentenced after being found in a derelict South Albury house with "ice" in her handbag.
But she was already in jail over the current allegations, for which she later was granted bail.
Defence lawyer Tim Hemsley said Parnaby was excused from being in court on Tuesday as she was now living in Sydney, having been granted bail to live with her daughter in the Mount Druitt area.
The bail hearing heard that Parnaby had been clean from illicit drugs since February and if granted bail would help support her mentally ill daughter, who had lost custody of her own children.
Her other charges include receiving property stolen outside of NSW.