A Manjimup man who faces “extremely serious” allegations of persistent family violence towards his then-wife and their children has had a proposed bail address deemed unsuitable. The man, who has not been named to protect the identity of the alleged victims, appeared in Bunbury Magistrates Court via video link from Bunbury Regional Prison on Thursday where a home detention report had been prepared for the court after a bail application was previously adjourned. The court was told the proposed bail address in Manjimup was deemed unsuitable. The man’s defence counsel, Shay Duce submitted two further addresses for the man to reside in if he were to be granted bail, prompting a further adjournment for those locations to be assessed. The man faces several charges including aggravated common assault, persistently engaging in family violence, engaging in conduct that may result in a child under their care being harmed, and committing an act likely to endanger another’s life with intent to harm. It was alleged the offending took place in the Great Southern locations of Denmark, Shadforth and Parryville between October 2000 and June 2020 against the man’s then-wife and their children. During the man’s first court appearance, restraining orders protecting the man’s then-wife and three children were granted, barring him from getting into contact with them. The man was remanded in custody and was next due to appear on May 2.