DETECTIVES have arrested a 26th person in connection to the "ice castle" police operation in Tamworth.
The 40-year-old man is accused of three allegations including participating in a criminal group and supplying the drug ice.
The man was arrested at a house in Aberglasslyn shortly after 7am on Tuesday.
Oxley detectives took the man to Maitland Police Station where he was questioned.
He was subsequently charged with receiving stolen goods, supplying an indictable quantity of methylamphetamine and participating in a criminal group.
The 40-year-old was granted conditional bail by police and has been ordered to appear in Maitland Local Court in October.
The man is the 26th to be charged by investigators from Strike Force Radius, which was set-up to home in on those allegedly involved in the supply of ice and guns in and around the Tamworth area.
In the past fortnight, police have confirmed five people have been charged as investigations continue into the alleged supply of ice from the Tamworth "ice castle".
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.
The men and women remain before the courts, with several bail refused.
The Strike Force Radius operation unfolded with a serious of raids and arrests in Tamworth in May. The police sting involves Oxley detectives and officers from the Tamworth Target Action Group (TAG).