A pair of Broome men have appeared in court to face accusations of intimidating someone into dropping aggravated burglary charges. Sun-Nin Jack Chan and Brett Austin Clifton appeared in the Broome Magistrates Court on Monday charged with attempting to pervert the court of justice in relation to one of Mr Chan’s previous convictions. The court heard Mr Chan appeared in court on May 25 charged with aggravated home burglary with intent and was remanded in custody after his first appearance. It is alleged between May 26 and May 28, telephone records from Broome Regional Prison showed Mr Chan had allegedly been in contact with Mr Clifton and another co-accused telling them to convince the victim of the aggravated burglary to drop the charges. It was further alleged Mr Clifton and the other co-accused had visited the complainant’s home and told them to drop the charge or “s*** will happen”. The court was told Mr Chan eventually pleaded guilty to the aggravated burglary on June 8 and was subsequently fined $3000. During their respective hearings, both Mr Chan and Mr Clifton applied for bail. While Mr Clifton was granted bail on the condition that he does not come into contact with the complainant or associate with Mr Chan, Mr Chan was refused bail due to his alleged extensive record which includes several drug, traffic and weapons charges that are still before the court. Both Mr Clifton and Mr Chan are due to appear in the Broome Magistrates Court on July 13.