A Port Macquarie man has pleaded not guilty to a string a charges relating to an alleged police chase at Fernhill Road in July.
Phillip Mark Stoker, 28, was refused bail when he fronted Port Macquarie Local Court on July 17, 2019.
Stoker, of Friar Place, appeared before Magistrate Price.
Stoker is charged with not stopping in a police pursuit; resisting arrest; assaulting police; driving while disqualified; drive recklessly/furiously/manner dangerous; using a weapon to avoid apprehension; goods in custody; destroying property; possessing a shortened firearm without authority; possessing ammunition without holding a licence; and not keeping a firearm safe. He has also contravened previous bail conditions.
The alleged offences occurred at about 5.30pm on Friday, July 5 when police were called to an industrial complex in Fernhill Road after reports of suspicious activity.
Police facts about the alleged incident state that two cars, a Landcruiser and a Mitsubishi Outlander, attempted to leave the scene. Two police cars were allegedly rammed and two officers injured.
Stoker was arrested a short time later by police with the assistance of a police dog.
Police will allege they located a .22 calibre rifle and property suspected of being stolen.
Stoker remains in custody and will next appear in Port Macquarie Local Court on September 4, 2019.