A convicted drug trafficker caught again with a range of illicit substances has been remanded in custody.
Joshua Andrew Marlo, 26, of Waratah Crescent, Portland, unsuccessfully applied for bail in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court and was remanded in custody to appear in court again on July 22.
He is facing 16 new charges, including trafficking cannabis, prescription medication, cocaine, morphine and ice while on bail.
Mr Marlo has previously been put on three corrections orders for mainly drug-related offending.
Magistrate Mark Stratman said the accused was an unacceptable risk of continuing to offend if released.
Police said Mr Marlo was already on bail after he was captured on security camera footage dealing drugs at a Portland bar on May 22 before being pulled over by Portland police two days later and being found in possession of ice, amphetamine, cocaine and cannabis.
He was back then released on bail to appear in court during August.
Then police raided his home on June 4 where Mr Marlo lives with his four-year-old daughter and his father.
Police allege they found 3.85 grams of ice, 117g of cannabis, 9.7g of a white powder believed to be either ice or morphine and 45 prescription medication tablets.
They also found scales, a vacuum sealing machine and bags, $750 cash and zip-lock deal bags.
Portland police Senior Constable Victoria Hudson told the court Mr Marlo admitted to being a heavy drug user and his previous employment had now been terminated.
She said Mr Marlo had been placed on bail two weeks before the police raid and bail conditions had not deterred him from offending.
Barrister Vince Peters said his client needed help with his drug issues which could be provided through the court integrated services program.
He said that his client had spent 17 days in custody and received a death threat while at Port Phillip Prison.
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