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Finks bikie Dylan Jessen admits firearms offences over gun found in woman's panties

Gun in girl?s panties mine - Fink

Dylan Jessen has pleaded guilty to firearms charges. Source: News Limited


FINKS bikie and once-promising footballer Dylan Jessen has pleaded guilty to firearms charges over a gun found down the front of a woman's underpants.

Jessen, 22, of Blakeview, appeared in the Elizabeth Magistrates Court today by video link.

The former footballer, who has the words "Terror Team" tattooed across his forehead, has been in the Adelaide Remand Centre since February, when he surrendered himself to police.

Prosecutors had alleged that on November 28 police seized a loaded .22 calibre Astra handgun from the underpants of Jessen's friend - Jaymee Renee Noble, 22, of Redwood Park - during a search.

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.22 Astra pistol

Source: adelaidenow



A .22 Astra pistol similar to the one hidden by Jessen in his girlfriend's underpants

They charged Jessen with the unlawful possession of that item - and with defacing it to remove its serial number - because his DNA profile was allegedly found on the weapon.

Last week, adelaidenow revealed the gun was one of several that had gone missing from city firing range Marksman Training Systems.

In its appeal against the cancellation of its firearms licence, Marksman quotes Chief Inspector Paul Ralphs of SA Police's firearms branch.

He states 10 firearms were still missing and three were found by police "in the hands of criminal elements", including the .22 calibre Astra.

Marksman has been granted a stay of the cancellation of its licence pending determination of its appeal.

Today, Jessen pleaded guilty to possessing and defacing an unregistered firearm, and to failing to keep the weapon separate from its ammunition.

Magistrate Maria Panagiotidis remanded him in custody for sentencing, in the District Court, next month.

Noble, who faced court in person, pleaded not guilty to three firearms offences.

She was remanded on continuing bail to stand trial in the District Court.



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