A HAMILTON woman facing​a ​string of criminal charges involving drugs, failing to appear on bail and driving matters will be back in court on Wednesday.
Nanjing Night Net

Nadine Collier, 37, of Stevens Street, successfully applied for bail in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court​ on Tuesday​.

She has to appear in the Hamilton Magistrates Court at 9.30am Wednesday.

Solicitor Belinda Northey said her client did not appear in the Ararat Magistrates Court on August 22, a warrant was issued for her arrest and a $500 surety was put in place.

Ms Collier then handed herself in to Hamilton policeon Monday, was unable to come up with the​$500 ​surety and remanded in custody until Tuesday’s hearing.

Ms Northey said she understood that all charges were resolvable.

Magistrate Ron Saines said it was hoped that all criminal matters would proceed at Hamiltoncourt on Wednesday.

He warned Ms Collier she would not get bail again if she did not appear at court.

Police raised concerns about Ms Collier as she has​ failed to appear in court twice already this year.

Police allege that at 10am on August 23 officers raided a Hamilton home where Ms Collier was living​.

In a locked shed​they ​found two grams of ice in a red ceramic container as well as drug paraphernalia.

She is alleged to have made admissions to​ owning the drugsand has prior convictions for drugs, dishonesty and driving offences.

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