Heacham man appears at King’s Lynn court on ammunition and firearm charges
A man appeared at court today on ammunition and firearm charges.
Andrew John Bray, 29, only spoke to confirm his name, date of birth and address at King's Lynn Magistrates' Court.
The 29-year-old is accused of having 10 rounds of .222, one round of .22/250, 29 rounds of .22 ammunition and a .22 sound moderator without a certificate.
Bray, of Poplar Avenue, Heacham, has also been charged with failing to secure shotguns, a Remington .243 rifle, a CZ .22 rifle, 71 rounds of .243 and 600 rounds of .22 live ammunition.
He also appeared on two charges of contravening regulation relating to pesticides but did not enter any plea to the charges which relate to an incident on January 1.
Yvonne Neill, prosecuting, asked magistrates to send the case to the crown court because it was not suitable for summary trial but Tiffany Meredith, representing Bray, asked for an adjournment before her client enters a plea.
Lead magistrate Meher Vanner agreed to an adjournment, released Bray on unconditional bail and told him to return to the same court on March 26.
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