Three men have faced court charged with more than 60 offences relating to a drug supply syndicate allegedly operating in Sydney’s south west.
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Police arrested five men after they raided properties in Ingleburn, St Andrews, Glen Alpine and Macquarie Fields yesterday.

Three of the men appeared in Parramatta Bail Court today.

Geoffrey Bradley, 41, of Glen Alpine, Ryan Simmonds, 36, of St Andrews and Adam Brown, 37, of Ingleburn faced dozens of charges relating to the commercial supply of amphetamines, cannabis and ecstasy.

The men did not apply for bail and are due to appear in Campbelltown Local Court this week.

Their co-accused – a 41-year-old Macquarie Fields man and a 37-year-old Ingleburn man – were bail refused when they appeared in court yesterday.

Macquarie Fields police had been investigating a drug supply syndicate operating out of Ingleburn, St Andrews, Macquarie Fields and surrounding suburbs since July.

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