A second man has been charged after more than 16-kilograms of methylamphetamine with an estimated potential street value of $1.625 million was seized from a home at Mount Pritchard on Wednesday.
About 7am, officers from Fairfield City Police Area Command executed a search warrant at a home on Phyllis Street.
Police will allege they found an active clandestine laboratory manufacturing methylamphetamine.
Specialist officers from the Drug and Firearms Squad's Chemical Operations Unit assisted in the dismantling process and subsequent seizure of 16.6kg of methylamphetamine.
A 44-year-old man was arrested at the home and charged. He remains before the courts.
As part of further investigations, officers executed a second search warrant at a home on Steele Place, Bonnyrigg on Thursday.
During the search, officers found 30g of methylamphetamine, two-kilogramsof cannabis head and more than $900 cash.
Following further inquiries, police arrested a 33-year-old man at a home on Ortan Street, Currans Hill, about 1.40pm on Thursday.
He was taken to Narellan Police Station and charged with an outstanding warrant for manufacturing a prohibited drug (greater than large commercial quantity) and taking part in supplying a prohibited drug (greater than large commercial quantity).
The Mount Pritchard man was refused bail to appear in Picton Local Court today.