Thursday, October 2, 2014

Darwin local news

Geoffrey James Brotherton was cooperating with a police search for drugs at the Barracks when the firearms were found. The Darwin local news Magistrates Court heard Brotherton was not licensed to handle the replica pistols. His lawyer told the court the firearms had small plastic pellets and his client had used them to shoot at figurines when he was a teenager. Magistrate Daynor Trigg heard the soldier had served in Iraq and East Timor and was an exemplary soldier.

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