A woman and two men have been charged with multiple drug-related offences following an investigation into the supply of prohibited drugs in the state's Central West.
Shortly after 12pm on Monday officers from the Central West Police District Proactive Crime Team executed a search warrant at a home on Adina Crescent, Orange.
Police spoke with the occupants, a 48-year-old woman and two men, aged 23 and 33.
During a search of the trio police allegedly located and seized methamphetamine, MDMA, knuckle dusters and cannabis.
A search of the home allegedly uncovered property suspected of being stolen or the proceeds of crime, drug paraphernalia, explosives, an electronic stun device and cash.
The trio were arrested and taken to Orange Police Station.
The woman was charged with supply prohibited drug - indictable quantity, possessing a prohibited drug, possessing a prohibited weapon without permit and handling explosive/precursor without authorisation.
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The older man was charged with two counts of supplying a prohibited drug - indictable quantity, possessing a prescribed restricted substance and possessing a prohibited weapon without a permit.
They were both bail refused to appear at Orange Local Court.
The younger man was charged with two counts of possess prohibited drug.
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He was granted conditional bail to appear before Orange Local Court on Monday, June 7.
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