Dubbo police lay drugs, weapons charges against Thomas James Hill of Nyngan

A man has been refused bail on a string of charges after police allegedly seized cocaine, ice, cash and prohibited weapons at Dubbo.

Thomas James Hill, 45, of Nyngan faced Dubbo Local Court on Tuesday accused of 22 offences.

He is charged with supplying cocaine and with two counts of supplying methylamphetamine, commonly known as ice.

Also among the allegations against him are that he had unlawfully obtained goods, including $380 in cash and two Viagra tablets, court documents show.

He is yet to enter pleas.

Four days earlier police were called to a motel on Whylandra Street after reports an illicit substance had been located in a room.

Officers from Orana Mid-Western Police District attended and allegedly seized an illicit substance believed to be methylamphetamine.

They launched an investigation.

Following inquiries, police stopped a silver sedan on Cobra Street about 5.40pm on Monday.

Officers spoke with the male driver and searched the vehicle.

A number of items were allegedly located and seized, including cash, prohibited weapons, an electronic device and illicit substances, believed to be methylamphetamine and cocaine.

Mr Hill is facing 11 charges that on April 16 he possessed a prohibited weapon without being authorised to do so by a permit.

He’s also accused of having custody of a knife in a public place, without reasonable excuse, having previously been dealt with for a knife-related offence.

He’s facing two charges of driving while disqualified.

Magistrate Paul Hayes refused an application for bail and Mr Hill was remanded in custody, to reappear before the court on June 13.