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Firearms charges admitted

Last updated 16:27 31/01/2013

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A 37-year-old orchard worker today admitted a range of firearms charges.

Scott Britton Ramage appeared in Invercargill District Court before Judge Raoul Neave and admitted unlawfully possessing a pistol, unlawfully possessing explosives, threatening to kill and two charges of unlawfully possessing a firearm.

All offending occurred on October 24.

He was remanded in custody to April 11 for sentence.

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