Three of the five people charged as part of Strike Force Splinter's drug raids in the Shoalhaven have been refused bail.
Nowra woman Amy Baillie, 34, was charged with two counts of participating in a criminal group, two counts of supplying a prohibited drug, possessing a prohibited weapon and two counts of dealing with property suspected to be the proceeds of crime.
It is understood she was on parole at the time the offences were committed. She was refused bail, and will reappear in court on November 13.
Culburra Beach woman Renee Baillie, 30, was charged with participating in a criminal group, three counts of supplying a prohibited drug, knowingly allowing premises to be used for drugs, two counts of dealing with property suspected to be the proceeds of crime, two counts of possessing a prohibited restricted substance, possessing an unregistered firearm and possessing a prohibited weapon.
She did not make an application for bail and remains in custody. She will reappear in court on November 6.
Greenwell Point man Mark Ronald Murphy, 39, was charged with contravening an AVO. It is understood he had breached the same AVO twice earlier this month. Magistrate Gabriel Fleming sentenced him to four months' jail.
"You're treating the AVO like it's a piece of tissue paper blowing in the wind," she said.
"We don't make court orders for the fun of it. If you do it again, the sentence will be much longer."
Culburra Beach man Malcolm David Cochrane, 31, was charged with participating in a criminal group, six counts of supplying a prohibited drug and supplying prohibited drugs on an ongoing basis.
He was refused bail and will next appear in court on December 18.
An 18-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons was arrested on outstanding warrants, and did not appear in court.