A South West man who allegedly pulled a gun on his pregnant ex-partner, threatening to kill her if they didn’t “reconcile their relationship” has been denied bail. Khalin James Lockyer appeared in Bunbury Magistrates Court on February 28 via video link from custody on 11 charges he entered mixed pleas for, including threatening to kill, criminal damage of property, trespassing and drug possession. On January 10, it was alleged Mr Lockyer arrived at the address of his ex-partner who was five months pregnant while she was getting into her car. It was alleged the accused got into the car with the victim and tried to convince her to get back together. Lockyer allegedly pulled out a gun and held it to his ex-partner’s head, telling her “I just want to kill you”. On January 15, the accused allegedly left his ex-partner a voicemail, threatening to “burn the house down”. “I want you dead,” he allegedly said before ending the voicemail. On January 22, it is alleged the accused man jumped the fence of the woman’s garden holding a 50cm machete and held it within arm’s length of the woman. He allegedly asked to woman to reconcile their relationship, which the woman refused and tried to leave. It was alleged Mr Lockyer asked for the keys to a vehicle parked on the property, the request was refused by his ex-partner. In retaliation the accused man allegedly punctured the rear tyre with the machete. On January 25, Mr Lockyer allegedly attempted to evade police in a foot chase, in which he attempted to jump a fence and injured himself in the process. He was arrested and has remained in custody since. On January 27, it was alleged the victim received a phone call from another inmate from the prison Mr Lockyer was held in, requesting she add Mr Lockyer to her contact register. The court was told the prosecution was continuing ongoing investigations to more offending and Lockyer was believed to be continuously deceiving supervising officers during his parole between 2020 and 2021. During submissions, the court was told Mr Lockyer had a history of drug and alcohol offences and has gang affiliation. Magistrate Joanne Andretich told the court the accused actions were “extremely serious,” and that the accused proved he proved continue going to “significant lengths” to contact the victim. Lockyer was refused bail and will reappear in Bunbury Magistrates Court on April 28 for trial allocation for his one guilty plea of damaging property.