Jake Field charged with weapons offences after O'Keefe Avenue house raided in Gunnedah

Adjourned: Jake Field will return to Tamworth Local Court in April.

Adjourned: Jake Field will return to Tamworth Local Court in April.

A MAN has been granted bail in court after he was allegedly found with a knife in breach of a weapons prohibition order.

Jake Field spent two nights in custody following his arrest in Gunnedah late on Saturday on charges of possessing or using a prohibited weapon without a permit and using a prohibited weapon contrary to a prohibition order.

The 22-year-old pleaded not guilty in Tamworth Local Court to both charges which stem from a police raid on an O’Keefe Avenue property in Gunnedah earlier this month.

Magistrate Julie Soars granted Field bail to live in Mannering Park and report to police twice-a-week.

He is also prohibited from entering Gunnedah and must not take drugs or alcohol or be in possessing of any prohibited weapon.

The case returns to court in April.

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