TWO more people have been charged in connection to the Tamworth "ice castle" investigation.
Detectives have charged a Manilla man with supplying a prohibited drug that is more than an indictable quantity.
They allege the 68-year-old was supplying fentanyl patches in the Tamworth area.
It's the police case the man was intercepted during investigations into the Tamworth ice castle operation.
He's been ordered to front Tamworth Local Court in mid-September.
Meanwhile, Rebekah Porter was arrested by Armidale police last week after a warrant was issued.
Porter was wanted for allegedly possessing drugs uncovered during a raid on a Johnston Street property which was searched during the police operation in May.
She appeared in Armidale Local Court and pleaded guilty to both charges of drug possession.
Porter will front court in October for sentencing.
Meanwhile, another woman has been charged, accused of drug supply.
The 53-year-old South Tamworth woman was arrested at a home in Nobillia Avenue about 10am on Friday.
She was taken to Tamworth Police Station and questioned by investigators before she was charged with supplying a prohibited drug.
She was granted conditional bail by police to appear at Tamworth Local Court in mid-September.
The Strike Force Radius operation unfolded with a serious of raids and arrests in Tamworth in May.
Twenty four people have now been charged in connection to the "ice castle" investigation, which was run by Strike Force Radius - an operation involving Oxley detectives and the Tamworth Target Action Group (TAG).
Stephen Ross Hanshaw is alleged to be one of the ringleaders in the "ice castle business" which was allegedly supplying drugs out of his Petra Avenue housing commission unit.
Simone Leah Hatch, Ethan Johnson, Andrew Thomas Woodbury and Simon Mitchell Cowan are on bail on drug supply charges. Peter Trompa and Neil Edward Cook were granted conditional release earlier this month.
All the other accused - including Stephen Hanshaw and his partner, Rebecca Hanshaw - remain behind bars.
Two men - Hayden Lansdown, 23, from Tamworth and Ashley Hoye, 31, from the Central Coast - are wanted in connection to the ice castle sting. They're facing drugs and firearms charges and are allegedly avoiding police.