A Nowra man has pleaded guilty to a variety of offences including two counts of police pursuit and using an offensive weapon to prevent arrest.
Anthony Smith, 27, pleaded guilty to two counts of police pursuit, two counts of using an offensive weapon to prevent arrest, resisting arrest, possessing a prohibited drug and driving while his licence was cancelled.
Court papers said Smith was involved in two separate pursuits with police between 9.30pm and 10.20pm on November 1 this year at St Georges Basin.
Police said Smith was driving a Ford Falcon sedan at the time, with the second pursuit being in Tilbrook Avenue.
There were no other details regarding the offensive weapon to prevent arrest charges. Court papers said he was caught with the drug methylamphetamine, commonly known as ice.
He also faces charges from an alleged incident in Nowra on June 13, pleading not guilty to resisting arrest and possessing a prohibited drug, with police alleging he was found with 2.49 grams of ice.
The matters will be back in court on November 12.
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