Two days have been set aside to hear the case against a Port Macquarie man facing court on charges including, an alleged police pursuit, driving recklessly and assaulting police.
Phillip Mark Stoker, 30, of Friar Place, appeared in Port Macquarie Local Court on Wednesday November 6.
Stoker, who appeared before Magistrate Price, is facing a total of 15 charges. Bail was not applied for and refused.
Ten charges relate to incidents that allegedly occurred on July 5 at Port Macquarie.
He has pleaded guilty to two of those charges - contravening an AVO and driving while disqualified.
He has pleaded not guilty to the remaining charges, driving in a manner reckless or dangerous, using an offensive weapon to prevent detention, two counts of resisting police and assaulting police, not safely keeping a firearm, possessing ammunition without a licence, having goods in custody suspecting of being stolen and possessing a shortened firearm.
Stoker is alleged to have had an Apple tablet, a Samsung tablet and a men's wallet in his possession.
Stoker has further pleaded not guilty to the remaining five charges that relate to alleged incidents that occurred on June 26, 2019.
Those charges include, two counts of driving while disqualified, contravening an AVO, not stopping during a police pursuit and destroying or damaging property.
Magistrate Price adjourned all matters to the Port Macquarie Local Court on February 25 and February 28, 2020.
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