A Portland man caught selling drugs at a pub has been remanded in custody after a police raid later uncovered large amounts of cannabis, ice and cocaine at his home.
Joshua Marlow, 36, of Waratah Crescent, appeared in Warrnambool Magistrates Court on Wednesday where he made an unsuccessful bail application and was remanded in custody until July 22.
Mr Marlow told the court he was the sole carer of his four-year-old daughter and had a "major" drug problem but wanted to be admitted to rehab.
Portland police Senior Constable Victoria Hudson said Mr Marlow's daughter was at home at the time of the police raid that occurred about 9am on Tuesday.
She said also present was Mr Marlow, his partner and his father.
She said officers located 3.85 grams of methamphetamine, 117 grams of cannabis, 9.7 grams of cocaine and 45 prescription tablets packaged ready for sale.
Police also located digital scales, empty deal bags and $750 cash believed to be the proceeds of crime.
Mr Marlow was arrested and conveyed to Portland police station.
Senior Constable Hudson said at the time of the offending Mr Marlow was on bail for possessing cannabis, cocaine and ice after he was intercepted driving in Portland about 9pm on May 24.
She said on May 22 the accused was observed on CCTV selling drugs to an associate at Iron Bar in Portland's Richmond Street.
She said the footage showed Mr Marlow seated in the smoking area of the licensed premises with his partner and another male.
Mr Marlow is observed taking cash from the man before counting it.
Senior Constable Hudson said the accused could be seen "fist pumping" the man before placing a small item in his partner's lap, who then passes it to the other man.
She said the man was later arrested and found in possession of one gram of cannabis.
The court heard Mr Marlow was convicted in 2016 of trafficking ecstasy and cannabis. He was placed on a community corrections order.
Mr Marlow told the court he suffered depression, anxiety and "small amounts of psychosis".
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