A man allegedly found with improvised bombs, ammunition, and knives in an incident that closed part of Phillipstown on April 30, was denied electronically monitored bail at a hearing in the Christchurch District Court today.
A man charged with possession of improvised explosive devices that led to part of the suburb of Phillipstown being cordoned off has denied all charges in an appearance at the Christchurch District Court.
Allegations of improvised bombs found in Phillipstown were not related to the March 15 mosque terror attacks, a judge was assured as a 33-year-old man was further remanded at the Christchurch District Court today.
No bail was sought for a 33-year-old man charged with unlawful possession of improvised explosive devices in an incident that cordoned off an area of Phillipstown on Tuesday.
Bail has been granted to a 20-year-old facing an armed burglary charge over a Phillipstown incident that may have led to a co-offender being admitted to hospital.
A man arrested in Christchurch at a time when people were getting sick and dying from taking synthetic drugs has admitted drug dealing charges at the Christchurch District Court.
A man “just snapped” before he bashed his 74-year-old mother on the head four or five times with a saucepan and a frying pan.
Brothers Jimmy and Rupert Max Ellis-Jones have not quite reached agreement about how to pay for all the damage they did on a drunken spree through Phillipstown and Woolston.