A POLICE raid on an East Albury residence last year involving a drug detection dog led to the discovery of more than 700 grams of cannabis, a court has heard.
Police executed a warrant at the home of Sarah Lynn Moreland and her partner, Matthew Brosolo, about 11.30am on June 11.
They were told the search was being recorded on both audio and video.
Both admitted there was cannabis in a kitchen cupboard and another cupboard in the lounge room.
Moreland, 29, of Affleck Street, pleaded guilty in Albury Local Court to a charge of supplying a prohibited drug.
Charges of dealing with the proceeds of crime and two counts of drug possession were withdrawn by police.
Magistrate Brian Van Zuylen put Moreland on an 18-month bond and fined her $1500.
The court was told by police that a drug dog was used when searching the premises and made a number of indications relating to the presence of drugs.
A large amount of cannabis was found in a lounge room cupboard and kitchen cupboard.
Included was cannabis seeds.
Three large bags of cannabis were found in the freezer compartment of the fridge along with drug paraphernalia.
The cannabis was weighed at 710.7 grams.
Brosolo was interviewed about the cannabis and admitted using it for pain relief.
Moreland told police she was a regular user of cannabis.
She admitted supplying friends when they attended her premises and sharing it with her partner.
DNA samples were obtained from both as part of the investigation.
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