The cases of three men accused of shooting into homes were adjourned in Batemans Bay Local Court on Monday, June 22.
They are accused of shooting into homes in Batehaven and Nelligen in December 2019.
Mathew Trick, 31, of Thomas Mitchell Crescent, Sunshine Bay, is charged with knowingly directing the activities of a criminal group, two counts of firing a firearm at a dwelling, two counts of possessing an unregistered firearm in a public place, two counts of stalking to intend fear of personal physical harm, affray, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, using a prohibited weapon and possessing or using a prohibited weapon without a permit.
James Wallace, 33, of Long Beach, who was listed at previous appearance as O'Keefe, faces two counts of firing a firearm at a dwelling, participating in a criminal group, affray, two counts of stalking to intend fear of personal physical harm, two counts of possessing an unregistered firearm in a public place, assault occasioning actual bodily harm and supplying prohibited drugs.
Wallace also faces three counts of dishonestly obtaining financial advantage by deception after he allegedly lodged false claims for bushfire relief funds and allegedly used a dishonestly obtained credit card. He faces three counts of dealing with property which was the proceeds of crime, knowingly dealing with the proceeds of crime and a fresh charge of having a knife in a public place (second offence).
Tyran Leslie Hood, 25, of Ison St, Mogo, faces two counts of firing a firearm at a dwelling as part of organised criminal activity, two counts of possessing an unregistered firearm in a public place, affray, participating in a criminal group and supplying an indictable quantity of a prohibited drug.
Bail was refused and the three co-accused are due to face court on August 3.
On Monday, June 22, the court also heard Mitchell Leslie Edwards faced charges of being part of a criminal group, two counts of firing into a dwelling and two counts of unauthorised possession of a firearm. He will face court on August 3.
Meanwhile, a charge of participating in a criminal group was withdrawn against Skye Rixon, who is in custody at Long Bay prison. Defence solicitor Geoff Knox entered guilty pleas on Rixon's behalf to three counts of supplying a firearm to an unauthorised person.
Mr Knox told the court his client was entering a seven-week detoxification and rehabilitation program at the prison hospital. Rixon is due to be sentenced on August 24.