COROWA man Christopher James Glare remains in custody after an alleged crime spree which netted property worth an estimated $50,000 and included break-ins at sporting clubs.
Glare was remanded in custody last week and appeared in Albury Court yesterday through a video- link from Junee jail.
Legal Aid solicitor Andrea MacDonald made no application for bail on behalf of Glare and a series of charges were adjourned until May 19.
Glare, 30, of Walker Street, was facing three counts of aggravated break and enter in company and possessing housebreaking implements before his arrest last week.
He has since been charged with offences of receiving property stolen outside NSW, goods in custody, receiving and break, enter and steal.
Police in Victoria have charges pending for Glare after his alleged involvement in thefts from homes and businesses at Wahgunyah, Rutherglen, Chiltern and Corowa.
Some of the property recovered was allegedly worth $15,000 and stolen from the site where new saleyards are being built at Barnawartha North.
NSW police allege Glare was accompanied by Daniel Brown when they broke into the Corowa Golf Club between 4am and 7am on October 12 last year.
Glare is charged with break and enter with int-ent at the Tocumwal Golf Club on October 18 when accompanied by Brown.
He faces a charge of break and enter in company with Brown and another Corowa man, Simon John Garsed, about 5am on October 19 at the Toc-umwal Golf Club.
Garsed has pleaded guilty and has been committed for sentence in the District Court at Albury.
The court was told in tendered facts police had the club under surveillance and apprehended Glare and Garsed soon after they forced entry.
Brown managed to esc-ape and his whereabouts are unknown.
Glare faces another charge of possessing housebreaking implements from the incident at Tocumwal.
Another aggravated break and enter in company involves the theft of a substantial amount of alcohol from the Rennie Football Club.