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A 16-YEAR-OLD youth charged with more than a dozen offences after Portland police executed three search warrants at his home has been put on a 12-month supervision order.
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Police alleged in a court this week that on December 16 last year the accused, who cannot be named because of his age, was at home about 6pm when he began to cause damage, particularly to walls and a door leading to his bedroom.

His mother became so concerned for her safety she fled from the address and 30 minutes later when police went to the home the youth rushed at them, yelling abuse and threats.

Officers subdued the youth and placed him under arrest. A search of the teen found a wallet containing $2657.20 bundled in $500 lots. Police then searched the house and found a black leather case containing martial arts weapons, an air rifle, a broken bong, zip lock bags containing cannabis, a box of .22 calibre ammunition, a box of air rifle ammunition, a metal tin with shotgun pellets and five rounds of .22 ammunition, a set of digital scales, a second set of scales covered in cannabis residue, a ceramic bowl containing cannabis and other paraphernalia associated with drug use and trafficking.

At 9.55pm on January 1 this year, police returned to the house for another search and found two prescription tablets in the accused’s bedroom. There was also cannabis in a bowl and in the corner of a room they found an unsecured sawn-off .22, which police believe was stolen during a Portland burglary during the previous six months.

The youth was arrested the next day, interviewed by police and made partial admissions. On January 6, police again searched the house and found an Esky containing fireworks.

This week the youth pleaded guilty to making a threat to kill, assaulting police, being an unlicensed person with a gun, two counts of possessing cannabis, intentionally damaging property, dealing with the proceeds of crime, possessing ammunition without a licence, possessing a prohibited weapon, handling stolen goods, being a prohibited person possessing an unregistered firearm and failing to store explosives in accordance with regulations.

The youth pleaded not guilty to another charge of dealing with property suspected of being the proceeds of crime. That charge was proven and the cash found forfeited.

Another charge of possessing a prohibited weapon was not proven and struck out. He had previously been in court charged with a number of crimes including firearm offences.

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