A man argued that he should be able to opt out of the Queensland legal system.
A man argued that he should be able to opt out of the Queensland legal system. ©istockphoto/DNY59

Store shooter refused bail

A WARWICK man accused of firing a bullet through the Legume Store before smashing the front door with the butt of his rifle was refused bail for the third time yesterday.

Luke Weier appeared before Magistrate R. Denes at Lismore local court on four charges including aggravated break and enter and committing a serious indictable offence with a weapon.

Ms Denes refused bail citing the seriousness of the charges and the need for community protection from Weier.

His matters were adjourned until July 3 for mention at Lismore Local Court.

Police were ordered to deliver their brief of evidence by June 18.

Weier will appear via videolink form Grafton jail where he is currently being held.



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