‘Family’ man appears in Albury court for allegedly putting ice on dummy

The Albury father accused of putting the drug ice on his four-month-old daughter’s dummy made a more reserved appearance in court on Monday.

There was no repeat of the outburst of profanities seen during the 24-year-old’s last appearance – he politely responded “alright” when magistrate Erin Kennedy said the case would be adjourned for two weeks until November 27.

The man’s big “family” tattoo on his forearm could be seen clearly as he appeared via video link from Junee Correctional Centre.


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