Three Goulburn residents accused of involvement in supplying ice and other drugs across the region have reappeared in court.
Gavin Brian Slattery, 32, co-accused Janelle Sharpe, 52, and Bonny Lee Osborne, 22, appeared at Goulburn Local Court on June 9.
Slattery pleaded guilty to possession of 2.3 grams of methamphetamine, known as 'meth'.
He is currently on remand for 62 additional charges of supplying a prohibited drug and one further charge of possession.
Solicitor Matt Adam said Slattery had "a significant meth addiction" and took up to three grams per day before his arrest.
Mr Adam said his client "understood where his addiction had taken him" due to a "desperation to obtain drugs".
He told the court that Slattery had been a truck driver for a number of years and planned to move to Sydney to be with his family, and return to truck driving.
Magistrate Geraldine Beattie said Slattery was currently on remand for other "drug matters" which made sentencing difficult.
Slattery was convicted for possession with no further action taken.
Osborne pleaded guilty to two charges of contravene an Apprehended Violence Order (AVO) and one charge of driving with an illicit drug present. She is currently in custody for six charges of supplying a prohibited drug and one charge of possession.
Magistrate Geraldine Beattie said the illicit driving offence occurred on April 1 and 10, 2021. She said police had found meth in Osborne's system both times and had been alerted due to her manner of driving. She told the court Osborne held a provisional licence.
"You've broken the law by using drugs, you've broken the law by driving with drugs in your system," Magistrate Beattie said.
Osborne was convicted, received a two year Community Corrections Order, and disqualified from driving for six months from time of release.
Sharpe faced 11 charges of supplying a prohibited drug, one charge of possessing a prohibited drug, and dealing with proceeds of crime.
Slattery and Sharpe will reappear at Goulburn Local Court on July 14, 2021.
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