Man who allegedly stormed home with machete in court

A REDBANK man who allegedly stormed a house armed with a machete has had his matter mentioned briefly in court.

Robert Wayde Saunter, 32, was charged last month with offences including armed robbery with violence, and acts intending to maim or disfigure.

The charges stem from an incident at Churchill on September 14, 2015.

The matter was adjourned until April 6.

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