Three in court over weapons
THEY are the three men who put Monto on the map when police performed the largest weapons seizure in Queensland.
The weapons seizure happened at a Moonford property last year when police uncovered more than 300 high-powered military grade weapons.
Donald Frederick Collard, Rodney Donald Collard and Stephen Noel Collard made their second appearance in Biloela Magistrates Court on March 26.
The father and two sons were charged with a string of weapons-related offences, with Rodney Donald Collard also charged with stock act offences and Stephen Noel Collard also charged with one count of perjury.
Sanderson and Parks solicitor Jack Scott acted as town agent on behalf of SK
The largest weapons seizure in Queensland included more than 50 Glocks and weapons used by SAS soldiers. Lawyers for the three men.
A brief of evidence was
requested from the prosecution by Mr Scott for the weapons charges against the men.
Magistrate Barry Cosgrove adjourned the matters for mention and summary review, in the magistrates court, on May 26 to allow for the briefs to be prepared.
The three men were charged with weapons offences after more than 328 high-powered military grade weapons and a further 4.2 tonnes of ammunition were found during a police search at their Monto property on November 25 last year.
The largest weapons seizure in Queensland included more than 50 Glocks and weapons used by SAS soldiers.