A man who allegedly breached COVID-19 quarantine in Tasmania has appeared in court facing multiple charges, including family violence offences.
Timothy Andrew Gunn, 31, appeared by video link in the Hobart Magistrates' Court on Tuesday afternoon following his arrest on a warrant early in the day.
Mr Gunn was charged with several offences under the Emergency Management Act as well as the Misuse of Drugs Act and the Family Violence Act.
He did not apply for bail and was remanded in custody to appear on November 12 in person, but a bail application prior to that date was foreshadowed.
Prosecutors confirmed in court there were likely to be further charges added relating to alleged breaches of a NSW family violence order, and of the Tasmanian Public Health Act.
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