A 15-YEAR-OLD boy is one of two teenagers set to front court on Tuesday charged with supplying drugs in Tamworth.
The pair are the latest in the Strike Force Heyward police sting, which is investigating the supply of MDMA, or ecstasy, and cocaine in and around the Tamworth pub and club scene.
The pair, aged 15 and 19, were arrested by police in Tamworth on Monday morning and taken to Tamworth police station, where they were questioned by investigators.
The 19-year-old was charged with the large commercial supply of MDMA or ecstasy.
He's also facing charges of commercial drug supply, dealing more than an indictable quantity of cannabis and participating in a criminal group.
The 15-year-old is facing six charges including commercial supply of MDMA.
The teenagers were denied bail by police late on Monday and will spend the night in custody before fronting court on Tuesday.
Police have warned up to 20 people will be charged as part of the police investigation in the Tamworth and Armidale areas.
The operation by the Oxley Target Action Group and Western Region Enforcement Squad unfolded on Thursday with five arrests in Tamworth and Muswellbrook.
The alleged ringleader of the group, Corey Cutmore, has been denied bail until February. He's accused of supplying more than 500g of MDMA and directing the activities of a criminal group.
Three others from Tamworth and one from Muswellbrook have all been released on bail to front court, charged as part of the alleged drug ring.