A wanted Warrnambool man arrested by the Victoria Police special operations group after being on the run for months has appeared in court charged with more than 30 offences.
Tyrone Dowell, 31, of Edwin Court, appeared briefly in Warrnambool Magistrates Court on Thursday via video-link from Melbourne Assessment Prison.
He is facing more than 30 charges, including possessing a firearm without a serial number, four counts of theft of a motor vehicle, seven counts of burglary, three counts of theft, two counts of attempted burglary, eight counts of trespassing, possessing methamphetamine and failing to stop on police request.
In an email submission, Mr Dowell's lawyer requested an adjournment of no less than six week.
That request was granted and Mr Dowell was remanded in custody until April 2.
The man was arrested in early February after a man hunt that involved detectives from the family violence unit, Warrnambool crime investigation unit, the Victoria Police special operations group and the dog squad.
He was wanted in relation to serious domestic assaults that allegedly occurred in January last year.
Meanwhile, a Portland woman has been jailed for 32 days over a range of offending, including possessing methamphetamine and failing to nominate the driver of a vehicle that fled police at 153km/h
Kristy Bartlett, 27, pleaded guilty to drug and driving-related offences.
She was jailed for time already served and placed on a corrections order with 70 hours of unpaid work.
Her driver's licence was cancelled for two years.
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