A convicted 58-year-old gympie meth producer was in court again on Monday, accused of possessing a pipe, syringe, scale, measuring glass and clip-lock pouch.
Kyron Brougham Mills was sentenced to 18 months in prison on November 5, 2020 for making and possessing methamphetamine, but was entitled to immediate parole.
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He represented himself and pleaded guilty to the Gympie Magistrates Court on Monday.
Prosecutor Melissa Campbell said the new charges are linked to the previous offenses.
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When Magistrate Chris Callaghan asked Mills if he was a “meth cook” he shook his head and said, “I just wanted essential oils.”
Eventually Mills admitted the charges, saying, “I accept that I am guilty.”
Mr Callaghan said if the district court judge had dealt with all the charges together, Mills would not have received a longer sentence.
“You will not be punished any further, but the confiscated items may expire,” he said.