Men charged with drug supply refused bail

FOUR alleged drug chiefs have been refused bail following a major investigation into a supply ring operating between Sydney and the NSW Mid North Coast.

Tucabia man Miguel Corbacho, John Charles Dodd and Stephen Christopher Geerin were arrested last week and charged after raids across the Coffs Harbour region uncovered methamphetamines worth about $200,000.

They fronted court charged with drug supply and were refused bail until their next appearance on March 25.

Coffs Harbour detectives established Strike Force Merry in October to investigate the supply of drugs to the region.

Another man, John Robert Howland, was arrested at San Souci near Sydney.

He was also refused bail and will be back before a Sydney court on April 3.



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