A Worrigee woman arrested as part of the Strike Force Arctic crackdown on illicit drugs in the Shoalhaven has escaped jail time.
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Kayla Anne Hone, 28, pleaded guilty to two counts of taking part in the supply of a prohibited drug and was placed on a 18-month intensive corrections order by Judge Warwick Hunt in Wollongong District Court.
Hone was one of six people arrested in drug raids across the Shoalhaven on August 17, last year.
She was among four men and two women arrested at Nowra, North Nowra, East Nowra and Bomaderry.
Court papers said she supplied methylamphetamine or ice at North Nowra on July 20 and August 3 last year.
Judge Hunt placed her on the 18-month intensive corrections order, allowing Hone to serve her sentence within the community instead of jail. She must also undertake a mandatory 32 hours of community service a month.
Read more: Court/Crime
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