A Wodonga man has been committed to stand trial over his alleged involvement in an incident where a sawn-off, double-barrel shotgun was fired inside a Jindera house.
Keighen Charles Lloyd, 20, appeared relaxed and composed as he appeared in Albury Local Court this week via a video link to jail.
Bail was not applied for and magistrate Richard Funston adjourned Lloyd's matters to the District Court in Albury on June 19, when he will be arraigned.
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That will be on charges of special aggravated break and enter and commit serious indictable offence with a weapon, firing a firearm with disregard to safety, possess unauthorised and prohibited firearm and possess a shortened firearm but not a pistol without authority.
Director of Public Prosecutions representative Mary-Beth McFarlane withdrew a charge of using an unauthorised firearm.
Lloyd's matter had to go back before the court on Thursday for a brief mention over administrative issues.
Charges against his younger brother, Joshua Lloyd, 19, over the same incident were also mentioned briefly this week.
It is further claimed that Keighen Lloyd fire a shot inside the Pioneer Drive home when the victim resisted and that the brothers then fled the scene.
They had earlier, the Crown has alleged, forced their way inside the property about 12.15am.
Joshua Lloyd is facing charges of special aggravated break and enter and committing a serious indictable offence with a weapon and common assault.