A SOUTH NOWRA man who allegedly contravened or attempted to contravene apprehended violence orders 17 times in a nine-day period has been refused bail in Nowra Local Court.
Malcolm James Stewart, 35, of Isabel Close, appeared before Magistrate Dr Gabriel Fleming charged with nine counts of contravening an apprehended violence order and eight counts of attempting to contravene an apprehended violence order.
Police allege the offences occurred at Silverwater in Sydney between January 28 and February 5 this year.
Stewart did not enter any pleas to the charges.
He had previously pleaded guilty to destroying or damaging property, a timber internal door, on January 15 at Nowra, assault occasioning actual bodily harm and with contravening an apprehended violence order.
He pleaded not guilty to never holding a licence to drive on the road, driver/rider state a false name and with using a vehicle with number plate not correctly fixed.
He was also charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm, using an offensive weapon with the intent to commit an indictable offence, never being licensed, police pursuit not stop driving dangerously and with being in custody of a knife in a public place in late December.
He also faces charges of contravening an AVO in Nowra on December 31, drive while unlicensed on December 5 and had pleaded guilty to charges of never being licensed and carry an offensive implement in a public place in Nowra on November 16 and with being in custody of a knife in a public place in Nowra on September 6.
He also faces four counts of dishonesty obtain financial advantage by deception, receiving and disposing of stolen property, concerning an allegedly stolen St George credit card on February 2 last year.
It is alleged Stewart used the card to purchase a number of items including cigarettes and lighters, two energy drinks, fuel, three ice creams and a bottle of Sprite soft drink at South Nowra.
All matters will be back before Nowra Local Court on April 7.
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