COURT: Robert David Castle has his case adjourned for the second time on Monday, September 30.
COURT: Robert David Castle has his case adjourned for the second time on Monday, September 30. Tobi Loftus

Man faces 75 charges for 'complicated court matter'

A SOUTH Burnett man with 75 charges had his case adjourned for the second time in Kingaroy Magistrates Court.

On Monday defence lawyer Mark Werner said he would need more time in regards to the case of Robert David Castle, 27, because it was a "fairly complicated matter".

"Mr Castle is in Maryborough prison," Mr Werner said.

"I have to go through all of the charges and make submissions on a few of them.

"I have to post him the registry committal documents.

"I also need to conference with the sergeant," he said.

Mr Castle is facing 75 charges which includes five counts of stealing, two counts of the aggravated supply of dangerous drugs, one count of failing to appear and driving without a licence.

He also faces one evading police charge, which occurred in Kingaroy, and three counts of entering a premises.

The defendant is also charged with wilfully making unnecessary noise, possessing explosives and utensils.

Mr Castle also faces a couple of unregistered and uninsured traffic charges.

Magistrate Louisa Pink adjourned his case until November 4 in Kingaroy Magistrates Court.