A 28-year-old Port Macquarie man had his bail continued after his latest appearance in the Port Macquarie Local Court.
Tulli Kelsey, of John Oxley Drive, appeared before registrar Neil Langstaff on March 18.
Kelsey pleaded guilty to a string of firearms and drug charges.
He has pleaded not guilty to the more serious charge of supplying a commercial quantity of prohibited drug.
Court documents reveal police allegedly found Kelsey in position of 8.17 grams of MDMA - ecstasy. That offence allegedly occurred on January 21, 2020 at Port Macquarie.
Kelsey has pleaded guilty to the following charges relating to incidents that allegedly took place on the same date.
Two counts of cultivating a prohibited drug - Kelsey was allegedly found with a total of six cannabis plants.
Five counts of possession of a prohibited drug - two grams of cocaine, eight grams of cannabis leaf, 110 tablets of oxycodone, 100 tables of Alprazolam and three phials of testosterone.
He also pleaded guilty to a range of firearms and pistols charges including, possession of an unregistered firearm - a 12 gauge shotgun; possession of an unregistered firearm - a .22 bolt action rifle, possession of an unregistered pistol - a replica glock 22 gel gun; possession of ammunition without a licence; possess or use a prohibited weapon - knuckle dusters; possession of a shortened firearm; and not keeping a firearm safe.
The registrar adjourned the case against Kelsey to the Port Macquarie Local Court on May 11, 2020.
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