ARARAT - An Ararat man and woman have been convicted on a number of drug trafficking charges.
Jodie Saxby and Matthew Saxby appeared in the Ararat Magistrates' Court last week.
Ms Saxby was charged and convicted on five counts of trafficking methamphetamine, one count each of trafficking oxycodone and tetrahydrocannabinol (cannibas) and possession and use of methamphetamine.
She was sentenced to 390 days' imprisonment, with eight days to be served and the remainder suspended for two years.
Ms Saxby was released having already served the eight day sentence.
Mr Saxby was charged and convicted on five counts of trafficking methamphetamine and one count each of possession and use of methamphetamine.
He was sentenced to 365 days' imprisonment, with a term of 17 days to be served and the remainder suspended for two years.
Mr Saxby was also released after already serving 17 days.
The court appearances followed the arrest of 14 people for alleged drug offences in western Victoria in late March.
Northern Grampians police officers searched properties in Stawell, Ararat and Snake Valley, arresting nine men and five women, including the Saxbys.
Police also seized allegedly stolen goods including a car and chainsaws, plus cash and drugs.