No bail for father to be
A LAVINGTON man charged last week with drug offences yesterday represented himself in an application for bail, citing the impending birth of his child as his primary reason for wanting to get out of cus hermes uk tody.
Michael Mizzi, 27, appeared in Albury Local Court through a video link from Junee jail and had sought bail on charges of supplying more than an indictable amount of drugs, two counts of drug possession and dealing with property suspected of being the proceeds of crime.
They made a thorough search finding scales, empty clear plastic bags, pi hermes uk pes for smoking ice, glass water pipes for cannabis use, mobile phones and five boxes of firecrackers prohibited in NSW.
Mizzi’s phone rang as police searched and a woman known to police visited the home.
She knocked on the door and indicated she was there to buy methamphetamine worth $150, but ran off to a waiting car when she became aware police were there.
Magistrate Tony Murray said Mizzi had been charged with having a quantity of ice that was eight times the indictable quantity.
Mizzi was refused bail with police ordered to serve a brief of evidence by March 24 and the case returns to court on April 7.
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