Alex Theris pleads guilty to ongoing supply of MDMA and cocaine


Alex Theris, 29, and Kynan Maffesoni, 24, have pleaded guilty to supplying MDMA and cocaine after their phones and vehicles were bugged by police earlier this year.

Between November last year and January this year, Alex Theris was involved in the sale of more than 27 grams of cocaine, messaging and meeting up with clients on multiple occasions, according to police facts.

Strike Force Pallamana detectives, along with Strike Force Raptor North officers, swooped on properties at Elermore Vale and Macquarie Hills in February and seized 28 grams of MDMA, steroids, $15,000 in cash, mobile phones, documents and other items.

An item seized in a raid by Strike Force Pallamana detectives in the Hunter Valley.

Five other charges of drug supply were withdrawn after Theris pleaded guilty to supplying drugs on an ongoing basis in Newcastle Local Court on Wednesday.

Maffesoni, from Macquarie Hills, also appeared in court and pleaded guilty to two charges of supply prohibited drugs on an ongoing basis.

Police facts said Maffesoni made many transaction and sold numerous amounts of drugs at various locations across Lake Macquarie including in the carpark of Cardiff RSL and Wests Cardiff.

Strike Force Pallamana detectives raid a property in the Hunter Valley. NSW Police.

He would send messages to a group chat saying “get in while stocks last” or “restocked, anyone need to put an order in for tonight?”

Both men have had their matters adjourned until December.

Sourced By: Daily Telegraph




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