Launceston man accused of assaulting police fronts court

A Launceston man has faced court on multiple charges, including assaulting a police officer, stealing and drug possession.

Corey Richard Jarman appeared before Magistrate Simon Brown on Tuesday.

He has been charged with six counts of common assault, three counts of assaulting a police officer, three counts of destroy property as well as trespassing, disturbing the public peace, injuring property, threatening a public officer, obstructing a person in the performance of their duty and assaulting a public officer.

Details of the allegations against him were not heard in court.

He did not enter pleas for the majority of matters, however, his defence lawyer indicated he had pleaded guilty to the charge of disturbing the peace. All matters were adjourned to September 12 for a hearing and facts and sentencing.