A Geraldton man who police say is a senior Coffin Cheater is yet to enter pleas for serious drug charges, while prosecutors apply for cultivation and unlawful possession charges to be committed to the District Court. Kain Leigh Boekeman, 44, appeared in the Geraldton Magistrates Court on Thursday where his case was adjourned until May. Boekeman pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of a prescription drug, two counts of possessing methylamphetamine and two counts of possessing drug paraphernalia in which there was a prohibited drug on Wednesday, January 24 and received a $1000 fine for those matters. He is yet to enter pleas for possessing a trafficable quantity of methylamphetamine with intent to sell or supply, cultivating a prohibited plant with intent to sell or supply, possession of stolen or unlawfully obtained property, possession of cannabis with intent to sell or supply and two counts of unlicensed person possessing firearm/ammunition. He is additionally yet to enter pleas for possessing a prohibited drug, possessing drug paraphernalia in which there was a prohibited drug, possessing cannabis, stealing, trespassing, failing to comply with a data access order, unlawful possession of a prescription drug and possessing methylamphetamine. In court on Thursday, police prosecutor Sgt Paul White applied to have two charges — possession of stolen or unlawfully obtained property and cultivate a prohibited plant with intent to sell or supply — committed to the District Court. The court was previously told Boekeman was allegedly in possession of diazepam, two metal grinders, more than 50g of methylamphetamine, more than 221g of cannabis and more than $19,000 cash. Police located 11 cannabis plants during a raid at a home in Nabawa, which police allege belonged to Boekeman. Magistrate Matthew Walton granted the application and adjourned the matter to Thursday, May 9. Boekeman was one of four men charged during a week-long operation across Geraldton last month, which saw gang crime squad officers from Perth and Geraldton detectives raid a series of properties. Boekeman’s bail was extended.