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Committal date fixed in arms cache case

PUBLISHED : Friday, 15 July, 1994, 12:00am
UPDATED : Friday, 15 July, 1994, 12:00am
 

A COURT return date was yesterday fixed for a Japanese businessman charged with possession of arms and ammunition without a licence, after a cache of weapons was allegedly found in his Happy Valley home.


Magistrate Jonathan Acton-Bond set down August 24 for committal proceedings.


He allowed Hirai Hirotsugu to extend his $12 million bail - $5 million cash and two cash sureties totalling $7 million - granted by Mr Justice Ryan in the High Court.


Hirotsugu, 29, is accused of having in his possession 43 rifles, 24 pistols, four air-pistols, 1,000 ammunition cartridges and three antique anti-tank rockets, on July 5 at his flat at Beverly Hill, Happy Valley.


His other bail terms demand that he surrenders his travel document, reports daily to a police station and resides in his Happy Valley home.


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