A Newnham man alleged to have fired a shot into a house and at a car at Hadspen will face a Supreme Court trial after pleading not guilty in the Launceston Magistrates Court
Dylan Maxwell Cocker, 28, pleaded not guilty to two counts of recklessly discharge a firearm about 10.50pm on March 5 and at 8.45am on March 6, 2021.
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Mr Cocker was committed by Magistrate Sharon Cure to the Supreme Court for directions hearing on June 8.
Police allege Mr Cocker used a Brno .22 calibre rifle with a silencer on two separate occasions to shoot at the home and at a Honda Jazz at Hadspen.
Mr Cocker had two counts of possess a loaded firearm in a vehicle in a public place, possession of a firearm and ammunition when not the holder of a licence and two counts of use a silencer adjourned indefinitely.
Charges of driving unlicenced and drugs possession charges were also adjourned.
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Mr Cocker is yet to plead to four counts of common assault on February 26, 2021 for allegedly slapping, grabbing a woman's jumper and pulling her into a car, depriving the woman of liberty and for slapping and pulling her hair.
He has also been charged with injuring property on February 26, 2021, namely a Kia Serato the property of the woman that he allegedly assaulted, and a recycling bin.
A bail application by defence counsel Fran McCracken was opposed by police.
Ms Cure refused the application and remanded Mr Cocker in custody until April 16 at 9.15am.
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