A bikie boss found with more than $8000 in cash and drugs worth a similar amount claims the allegedly illicit money came from online gambling rather than crime.
In a statement on Tuesday, ACT Policing said officers had stopped Darin Paul Keir as the 41-year-old drove through Moncrieff about 3am that morning.
Police said that inside the Canberra Satudarah president's car, they discovered the cash, as well as 11 grams of methamphetamine with an estimated street value in excess of $8000.
Mr Keir was subsequently charged with drug trafficking and possessing property suspected to be proceeds of crime.
He has been behind bars since his arrest, having declined to apply for bail.
When he appeared in the ACT Magistrates Court on Friday, lawyer Tim Sharman said there was evidence Mr Keir's cash was not proceeds of crime, but money "withdrawn from online poker machines".
Mr Sharman said Mr Keir's phone would provide proof of this, but police had seized the device and he had been unable to access it.
In the absence of that "quite important" evidence, Mr Sharman withdrew a planned bail application and asked for the matter to be re-listed on Monday.
Special Magistrate Margaret Hunter granted the request, and directed prosecutors to arrange for police to bring the phone to court on the next occasion.
Police have previously identified Mr Keir as the third president of the upstart Canberra chapter of the Satudarah, a feared bikie gang founded in the Netherlands.