A man alleged to have supplied firearms to Quinn Patterson, who shot and killed a Northland rental agent and her daughter, has appeared briefly in the Whangarei District Court. Michael John Hayes appeared yesterday morning for a case review hearing but the Crown asked for a two-week adjournment, which was granted by Judge Pippa Sinclair. Hayes, 61, previously denied three counts of unlawful possession of a military-style semi-automatic weapon (MSSA), three counts of supplying an MSSA to an unlicensed person, and three counts of supplying firearms to an unlicensed person. Wendy Campbell and her daughter, Natanya, were shot at Patterson’s Mount Tiger Rd rental home on July 26. Patterson’s remains were found in the charred wreck of his home.