A MAN with no fixed address was denied bail after police executed a search warrant for his arrest at a Horsham property on Thursday.
Bryce Hall, 29, was apprehended at a Horsham residence in relation to 12 outstanding warrants. Hall appeared at Horsham Magistrates' Court on Thursday afternoon and applied for bail.
Police prosecutor Leading Senior Constable Kass Myers said Hall's case had "exceptional circumstances".
The court heard Hall had spent 15 months in jail for prior charges. He was bailed on October 24 to reside at Echuca rehabilitation centre Odyssey House with the bail condition to not leave the centre.
Hall breached three bail conditions during his time at Odyssey House, including leaving the centre.
Eight warrants for Hall's arrest were issued on November 7 at Echuca Magistrates' Court.
Police attended a Horsham residence on March 14 where Hall was found and arrested. Hall told the court that he understood he was "a flight risk", but applied for bail.
Magistrate Mark Stratmann did not grant bail.
"With the material I have heard today, I am confident that exceptional circumstances haven't been met," Mr Stratmann said.
Hall was remanded in custody and will appear at Echuca Magistrates' Court on April 10.
IN other news, Horsham Divisional Tasking Unit Senior Constable Adam Williams said police executed a second search warrant on Thursday.
"Officers located $14,000 cash, computer equipment and clothing, property believed to have been stolen, at a home in Horsham. Investigations are ongoing," he said.
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