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MAN CUFFED IN ALLEGED COAST DRUG BUST BEHIND BARS TIL JANUARY

A man will remain behind bars until at least January, after police allegedly uncovered enough chemicals to make $225 million worth of the drug ice on the Central Coast.

Daniel Patrick Fenton was refused bail today, charged with 14 drug offences, participating in a criminal group and driving while suspended.

The 32-year-old was arrested in Terrigal yesterday ahead of lengthy police searches across the suburb, Killcare and West Gosford.

He’ll return to Gosford Local Court on January 18.

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