The NSW Crime Commission has successfully sought to freeze the assets of alleged South Coast dark web drug dealers Cody Ward and Shanese Koullias.
The Commission applied to the NSW Supreme Court on Friday for an urgent freezing order on cars, bank accounts and properties belonging to Ward and Koullias.
Justice David Davies granted the application despite neither Ward or Koullias being given prior notice.
Among Ward's assets are a Mitsubishi Evo 7, a Mitsubishi Lancer, his Callala Bay home, of which he is the sole registered owner, and funds held in three Commonwealth Bank accounts.
Meanwhile, the order also allows for the NSW Trustee and Guardian to take control of cash police seized during Ward's arrest: $14,000 located in his car and almost $100,000 spread across three houses in Callala Beach and Callala Bay.
Both Ward and Koullias will also be forced to give sworn evidence in court about their financial affairs and property dealings, Justice Davies ruled.
Ward, along with Shanese and her younger sister Patricia, were arrested last Wednesday accused of operating a $17 million drug ring through the dark web.
Police will allege Ward has been running the drug business for five years, allegedly buying large volumes of cocaine, marijuana, MDMA and other illicit drugs from the dark web before selling them to customers via Australia Post.
Customers allegedly received free samples, with a small amount of cocaine being sent with the purchase of MDMA or other drugs.
The Koullias sisters are alleged to have been involved in helping package and post the drugs.
All three have been refused bail.
Their matters will return to court in April.