A Carnarvon woman facing 26 drug dealing charges has appeared in Geraldton Magistrates court, where her application for bail was put on hold due to concerns she could try to flee the State. Shiree Janet Gammon, 48, is one 11 people charged following an investigation by Carnarvon police, which saw 30g of cannabis, 3.5g of cocaine, 17.5g of heroin, 26.5g of methamphetamine and just under $18,000 in cash found. The charges Ms Gammon is facing include supplying, conspiring to sell and possessing drugs including cannabis, methamphetamine and heroin, as well as eight charges of being involved in a transaction using money that was the proceed of a crime. Ms Gammon’s lawyer, Luka Margaretic, asked Magistrate Angus Hockton to consider bail for the woman, who appeared from custody via video link, pointing out she had no record of breaching bail. Police prosecutor Sergeant Ross Gray said investigators had a strong case against Ms Gammon, including CCTV footage and photographs, and opposed bail, stating there was a serious risk Ms Gammon would attempt to leave the State due to the severity of the charges. Mr Hockton decided not to make a decision, and to have a report made to assess the suitability of home detention for Ms Gammon. “I am concerned, given the seriousness of these charges, there is a risk Ms Gammon might flee,” he said. She will next appear in court on June 12.