Alleged drug supplier to stand trial in November

ACCUSED Sawtell drug king-pin Anthony John Pinkstone has fronted a Sydney court over allegations he was a major player in one of Australia's biggest criminal networks.

The 52-year-old was arrested in Sydney during the 2011 Strike Force Domino raids which netted 31 alleged offenders across NSW.

His Sawtell mansion and assets remain frozen as suspected proceeds of crime.

Pinkstone appeared in the Sydney District Court on Monday charged with two counts of supplying commercial quantities of a prohibited drug.

Bail was continued and he will stand trial on November 4.


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