A WAGGA man accused of supplying ice has been warned the next time he breaches bail he will come into court via the cells and not the public entrance.
Adam Cesnik, 24, of Estella, faced Wagga Local Court on Wednesday to contest a detention application lodged by police after he failed to report to them on seven charges, including two counts of deemed supply of a prohibited drug.
Cesnik’s solicitor, Zac Tankard, told magistrate Erin Kennedy that Cesnik had other bail on unrelated driving charges and had become confused about the two sets of bail conditions.
Ms Kennedy allowed Cesnik to keep his freedom, but warned another breach would result in bail being withdrawn.
Police allege they found 3.44 grams of ice on Cesnik at Gumly about 3.30am on April 11.
They also allege they found eight vials of testosterone, two other types of prohibited drugs, two machetes and four knives.
The case has been adjourned to July 29.
Cesnik has previously pleaded guilty to two counts of driving while suspended, using an unregistered vehicle and using fog lights when not in fog.
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