A Launceston man has pleaded not guilty to 15 charges related to several alleged shack burglaries in the Central Highlands.
Jason Samuel McCormick, 44, has been charged with seven counts of aggravated burglary, seven counts of stealing and one count of burglary.
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He was the second person to be charged in relation to the Miena burglaries, with George Town woman Shannon Louise Brown sentenced to nine months' jail after pleading guilty to more than 70 charges.
Brown's sentence was backdated to June 10 and suspended from August 19.
Mr McCormick was bailed to appear for hearing in the Launceston Magistrates Court on January 15.
He also pleaded not guilty to being found prepared for the commission of a crime (possession of an instrument for making an unlawful entry).
He will appear in the Launceston Supreme Court for mention on that charge on October 14.
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