A Kendall man has been fined almost $2000, ordered to serve two years' community correction orders and undertake 350 hours' community services after his appearance in Port Macquarie Local Court on June 5.
Troy Norman Farrell, 29 of Jackson Street, Kendall appeared before Magistrate J Price.
Farrell pleaded not guilty to supplying a prohibited drug, ice, but pleaded guilty to a range of other charges.
These included, being in possession of a knife in a public place, drive while disqualified, using an unregistered motor vehicle and using false number plates. There was no plea noted on a sixth charge of possessing a prohibited drug.
The charges related to an incident at Wauchope on January 9, 2019.
Magistrate Price ordered Farrell to serve a two year community service order and undertake the supervision of correction services on the first three charges, to serve 250 hours community service on the first matter, and 50 hours each on the second two charges.
He was fined a total of $1800 on the remaining three matters.
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