A man accused of drug dealing and possessing more than $80,000 in cash chose not to apply for bail after he was arrested and has been remanded in custody.
Officers raided a home in the Gungahlin suburb of Amaroo on Tuesday morning (28 March), ACT Policing said.
It is alleged they discovered about $84,000 in cash, around 845 grams of methamphetamine and cocaine, as well as 600 grams of cannabis.
Police allege the items were found in spaces above a kitchen extraction fan, behind an oven and in a kitchen cupboard.
Nathan James Davidson, who police say lived at the home, was arrested and brought into the ACT Magistrates Court on Wednesday (29 March).
The 39-year-old was formally charged with trafficking cocaine, methamphetamine and cannabis, as well as dealing with money suspected to be the proceeds of crime and money laundering.
He chose not to apply for bail and Chief Magistrate Lorraine Walker remanded him in custody to 21 April.
Davidson waved at supporters in court before he was led out of the courtroom.