A Nowra man arrested as part of Strike Force Arctic, cracking down on the supply of illicit drugs in the Shoalhaven in 2017, has escaped a full time jail sentence.
Daniel Crump, 26, pleaded guilty to two counts of possessing a prohibited drug, supplying a prohibited drug, and knowingly deal with the proceeds of crime.
He was one of six people arrested in raids by South Coast Police and members of the Tactical Operations Unit (TOU) in August 2017.
Court papers said on the day of the raid Crump was found with 4.07 grams of ice and 120g of cannabis and more than $10,000 in cash.
The court heard Crump had supplied ice to undercover police operatives on at least three occasions between April and July, 2017.
Police also located 3.88g of methylamphetamine, 1.88g of a white powder, .29g of another white powder, $9000 in cash, 13.6g of cannabis, three mobile phones, scales, four to five ice pipes and CCTV cameras and hard drive.
Crump also pleaded guilty to separate charges of possessing a prohibited drug, assault and assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
In Penrith Local Court Magistrate Peter Thompson placed Crump on an 18-month intensive corrections order in lieu of a full-time jail sentence and ordered he perform 150 hours of community service.
He was also fined $1250.