A NORTH Albury man charged over allegedly forcing his way inside a Lavington unit and firing two shots into the ceiling made no application for bail during a court appearance yesterday.
Craig Atkinson appeared in custody in Albury Local Court following his arrest on Saturday after he tried to elude three police officers.
Atkinson, 30, of Mate Street, has been charged with special aggravated break and enter, committing an indictable offence with a weapon, possessing an unauthorised firearm and breaching bail conditions.
Magistrate Megan Greenwood was told Atkinson was on bail for a similar offence of aggravated break and enter, with the case listed back in court next week.
Solicitor Andrea Macdonald made no application for bail when Atkinson appeared in an out-of-sessions court on Sunday and again yesterday.
Ms Greenwood has ordered the preparation of a police evidence brief with all charges adjourned until November 4.
Atkinson was charged in court with a fresh offence of resisting arrest between 3.30pm and 3.45pm on Saturday.
A woman in a relationship with him, Jessica Campbell, was last week refused bail over her alleged involvement in the shooting incident.
She has been charged with aggravated break and enter committing a serious indictable offence with a weapon and dealing with property being the suspected proceeds of crime.
The court was told in tendered facts that Campbell, 24, had driven Atkinson to a unit in Jason Court on September 1.
A couple living at the unit had their door locked and closed when they saw a car pull up.
They saw Campbell and Atkinson walking towards their front door and heard it being kicked from the outside.
Atkinson came inside with a double barrel .410 shotgun. Atkinson allegedly hit the man with the gun butt three times.
Two shots were fired into the ceiling and the victim saw another man standing in the room before they left.