Ten people are facing multiple charges after NSW Police broke up an alleged illegal drug supply network operating in the Snowy Mountains.
Police raided and searched five homes in Cooma and Queanbeyan on Thursday morning and seized drugs, a firearm and electronic devices.
The six men and four women arrested now face more than 60 charges over their alleged involvement in the supply of prohibited drugs including ice.
Detective Superintendent Kevin McNeil said the arrests will restrict access to illegal drugs in the Snowy Mountains and Queanbeyan regions, especially at the start of the snow season.
"The supply of drugs in regional towns has a major impact on our community, and it simply won't be tolerated," he said.