A Longford man has been given multiple court dates after pleading not guilty to 16 charges including recklessly discharging a firearm at a Longford property.
Ethan Daniel Baker, 26, appeared via video link before Magistrate Simon Brown on Wednesday.
Mr Baker is accused of recklessly discharging a .22 Magnum bolt-action rifle into a Longford property on April 6, but he has pleaded not guilty to the charge.
It was alleged Mr Baker trespassed on private property at Epping Forest while in possession of the firearm.
He was committed to the Launceston Supreme Court on June 11.
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A number of other offences including motor vehicle stealing, injure property, possessing a controlled drug, trespass on land in possession of a firearm, possessing a firearm in contravention of a prohibition order and possession of stolen firearms were adjourned for a later date.
The accused will reappear in the Launceston Magistrates Court on May 14 for a contest mention after pleading not guilty to four counts of motor vehicle stealing, possessing a firearm in contravention of firearms prohibition, evade police, four counts of drive whilst not the holder of a licence, stealing and burglary.
The 26-year-old's remaining charges - common assault, motor vehicle stealing and drive whilst not the holder of a licence - have been adjourned until May 27 in the Magistrates Court.
Mr Baker is facing another 13 charges, but he did not enter a plea and they have been adjourned to a later date.
Mr Baker was remanded in custody.