Further charges related to child pornography have been laid against a man who appeared in court earlier this year.
Gregory Maxwell Marginson, 60, appeared in Dubbo Local Court in January on one count of using carriage service to transmit/publish/promote child porn.
He appeared unrepresented on that occasion and was granted bail and had the matter adjourned to April 11, with Magistrate Gary Wilson recommending he seek legal counsel.
On Thursday, detectives arrested him again and laid four further charges of possessing child abuse material.
He was remanded in custody and appeared before Magistrate Paul Hayes on Friday.
In applying for bail, Mr Marginson’s solicitor told the court the charges were not for fresh offences and his client had not breached any bail conditions.
The police prosecutor opposed the application, citing the serious nature of the allegations against the former manager of Dundullimal Homestead.
Magistrate Hayes granted bail, but a set of conditions was once again imposed on Mr Marginson.
He must continue to report to Dubbo Police Station daily between 8am and 8pm, and not possess or access a device capable of accessing the internet.
Furthermore, he must not attend or participate in activities where there are children under the age of 18 present, and he is not allowed to attend Elston Park.
The matters were adjourned to link up with the prior charge on April 11 for election and referral to the Department of Public Prosecutions.