TWO women and two men are behind bars, and another has been charged after drug raids early on Thursday.
New England police stormed houses in Rowan Street in Uralla and Barney Street in Armidale, unearthing 125g of what they claim is methylamphetamine.
OSG police, New England detectives, the dog squad and uniformed police combed the homes and also found $33,000 in cash.
Three men - aged 41, 30 and 51 - together with two women - aged 34 and 50 - face 113 drug-related allegations.
All but the 51-year-old were denied bail on Thursday afternoon by police after their arrests in the morning's raids.
They remained in police custody on Thursday night.
The search warrants were the culmination of an eight-month secret investigation into drug supply across the Armidale and surrounding areas.
Five others - including two men and three women - have already been charged with assault, kidnapping, driving, and drug supply offences.
They remain before the courts, and had some of their cases adjourned this week in Armidale Local Court, as police compile evidence against them.
Police said the show of force will continue with investigations ongoing.