Firearms charges

The New Zealand Herald - - NEWS -

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.

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