A MAN accused of tossing drugs out of a Tamworth apartment window will stand trial to defend the allegation. Angelo Zepidis appeared via video link in Tamworth Local Court when he denied supplying a prohibited drug and dealing with the property proceeds of crime. "Pleas of not guilty, matter to be committed for trial," Zepidis' defence solicitor told the court. The 34-year-old was arrested and charged in December, 2022, after police allege they saw Zepidis throw two bags out a window at the Quest apartments on Armidale Road in the middle of the night. It's alleged the bags contained more than 42g of the drug ice. More than $4000 in cash was also allegedly discovered by police. The court heard no charges against Zepidis were to be withdrawn after a confidential case conference was held between the prosecution and defence. Magistrate Julie Soars told Zepidis his case would now be sent to the district court for an arraignment and to set a trial date. "On that day an indictment will be presented ... charges will be read to you and you'll be asked how you plead," Ms Soars said. In June, Zepidis was granted bail in the NSW Supreme Court to attend a rehabilitation program. Ms Soars continued his bail and adjourned the matter. The case will first go before the district court in February 2024 where a trial date will be set.