Aaron Waters, 26, (pictured alongside his partner Chay Wallace) was arrested on May 10 in an underground car park in Manly in northeast Sydney
The grandparents of an accused drug dealer who was arrested after the police allegedly found a huge amount of drugs and cash in his garage are ready to offer the deed of title to their home in Queensland to secure his bail.
Aaron Waters, 26, was arrested on May 10 after a two-month police investigation in his underground car park in Manly on Sydney's northern beaches.
The police reportedly found cocaine, 1.3 kg of MDMA, $ 104,000 in cash, and luxurious Rolex watches in the garage – enough to burden him with a large commercial drug supply.
Waters, who previously featured his luxury lifestyle on Instagram, appeared on Tuesday video link in the Manly Local Court after being indicted for seven serious crimes.
In an affidavit delivered to the court, his girlfriend Chay Wallace, 23, said she was "baffled" by Waters' drug trafficking allegations.
"While he had a bump in the street last year when he had a very small amount of cocaine (0.269 grams that was weighed with the packaging), it was the only time that Aaron has ever violated criminal law," said Ms. Wallace, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Ms. Wallace also offered a $ 50,000 guarantee to secure her partner's bail.
Defense attorney Jehane Ghabrial informed the court that Waters could hand over $ 60,000 through its pool cleaning company, Dee Why Superior Pool Care.
Ms. Ghabria also said that if the amount of money raised by Ms. Wallace and Waters was insufficient, Waters grandparents would be willing to deposit the deeds of ownership at home.
Waters (right photo) shared a picture of a vacation he recently enjoyed on his social media account
The 26-year-old Aaron Waters (pictured) was arrested at around 9:30 a.m. on Friday in an underground car park in Manly in northeast Sydney
Prosecutor Sergeant Adrian Walsh refused to bail Waters and rejected the original offer by Waters and Ms. Wallace's money.
"Around $ 104,000 was found in cash on the premises. It is suggested that pretty much the amount I would submit is not a large amount for a person with a large commercial offer," said Sergeant Walsh.
Instead, he asked Maganda Miranda Moody to consider “a different form of guarantee” in the form of the grandparents of Water.
Magistrate Moody agreed with Sergeant Walsh and said that Waters could be released on bail, but only if his grandparents personally delivered the title deeds to their home at the local Tweed court.
Ms. Wallace also had to deposit the $ 50,000 amount.
Magistrate Moody also noted that a bail could be given for Waters' “strong community bond”.
Sergeant Walsh said they had "very strong law enforcement," including "substantial surveillance" and other evidence that the police had received from a warrant.
If Waters is released on bail, he must live in his home on the Collaroy Plateau.
He may only leave the premises either to appear in court, to take part in the work, or to be accompanied by immediate family members or Ms. Wallace for medical reasons.
Waters (pictured) has been very active on social media and has more than 24,000 followers on Instagram
Waters (pictured), who previously featured his luxury lifestyle on Instagram, appeared on Tuesday via video link in the Manly Local Court
Waters is expected to appear in court in July.
Before his arrest, Waters was very active on social media and has more than 24,000 followers on Instagram.
In several pictures the bodybuilder can be seen in several picturesque places as he takes in the sun.
While other photos show Waters dining on refined foods like seafood and steak.
The heavily tattooed guy is an avid athlete and has often shared photos of his workout.
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