A Bonny Hills man will serve two community corrections orders and has been ordered to perform community service after his sentencing in the Newcastle Local Court on October 24.
Adam Lance Ogston, 37, of Bonny View Drive appeared before Magistrate Eckhold.
Ogston appeared via visual audio link.
He pleaded guilty to all charges and has remained behind bars since his arrest.
He was convicted of driving a motor vehicle while disqualified, having goods in custody suspected of being illegally obtained, possessing equipment to administer a prohibited drug and possessing a prohibited drug.
According to court documents, police stopped the vehicle Ogston was driving at Bonny Hills on August 28.
They discovered that Ogston was driving on a disqualified licence. A search located several items including cash, .01 grams of ice and an ice pipe.
The documents said that during a search police located $2385 in his shorts.
They also located a pipe and a small residue "consistent with continued and recent use of the drug".
Court document said that Ogston told the police the ice pipe was for his personal use.
"The accused's eyes were glassy and bloodshot," the documents said.
Ogston told police he uses "ice about every two days".
Police obtained a warrant to search the Ogston's residence where they located a boat and a trailer, stolen from a Cross Street Port Macquarie home in May 2018.
Magistrate Eckhold ordered Ogston to serve a 12 month community corrections order and a 24 month community corrections order and to serve 200 hours community service.
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