A POLICEMAN is set to front a hearing later this year after denying a string of drug and firearm allegations.
Aaron Luke Unicomb was excused from appearing when his charges were called in Moree Local Court.
Magistrate Holly Kemp set down the two-day hearing for September.
The senior constable, who is based in the Western Region, was charged two weeks after police raided his home in mid-February.
Officers allegedly found prescription medication, and claim they uncovered breaches relating to the securing and disposal of registered guns.
The senior constable was charged with being a holder of licence not have approved storage; three counts of failing to notify police of supply, loss or theft of a firearm; and two counts of possessing an anabolic or androgenic steroidal agent.
Unicomb first fronted court in April and about that time, NSW Police confirmed the officer's employment was under review, pending the court matter.
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