EVIDENCE has been compiled against three people allegedly involved in a violent South Tamworth home invasion where a gun was fired.
The men did not appear when Tamworth Local Court heard that police had put together evidence in their cases.
Cutmore's defence lawyer told the court at the time she had "received a large portion of the brief" of evidence so far.
"I know there's a brief in existence," police prosecutor Sergeant Rob Baillie said, adding detectives would know where to serve the rest of the material.
He confirmed there was a number of co-accused involved who remain before the court.
The court heard Cutmore's matter had been referred to the state prosecuting authority, the DPP.
Sands' Legal Aid defence solicitor Wendy McAuliffe said she had the brief of evidence in his case but needed a two-week adjournment after the matter was assigned to her office.
Sands will next front court later this month, while Cutmore will have his case next mentioned again in October.
The police case is three men wearing masks and wielding guns stormed into a family's South Tamworth home about 10pm on March 2.
A man, aged in his 20s, was hospitalised with an injury, while a woman and two young children home at the time were not physically hurt.
Cutmore was arrested in Werris Creek in July and Sands was arrested in Walgett in August.
Both men face charges of robbery armed with a dangerous weapon; and possessing a loaded firearm and endangering life.
Cutmore has had further allegations levelled against him of possessing ammunition without authority; three counts of possessing an unauthorised firearm; and three counts of using or supplying a stolen firearm or parts.
Another co-accused, Zali May Judy Lake, also had her case called in Tamworth Local Court.
Ms McAuliffe confirmed she had a brief of evidence in that matter and said it was now up to prosecutors to confirm which charges it would press ahead with against the 19-year-old.
"The brief has been served," she told the court.
"The matter now needs to be adjourned for charge certification, Your Honour."
Her case will go back to court in October.
Lake faces three counts of possessing an unauthorised firearm; possessing ammunition without authority; using or supplying a stolen firearm or firearm part; and hindering the arrest of someone who has committed a serious offence.
None of the three applied for bail and magistrate Mal Macpherson formally refused it.