FORMER Knights player Daine Laurie is in jail facing charges, including&nbsp;wounding with intent to murder, after two alleged shooting incidents on the north coast last year. Laurie, a towering prop, signed a second-tier contract with Newcastle in late 2011 after previous stints with Wests Tigers and Penrith. He trained with Wayne Bennett’s full-time squad during the 2012 pre-season and played in a first-grade trial and several NSW Cup matches. He also had a stint with&nbsp;Macquarie Scorpions in the district competition. The 32-year-old appeared in Coffs Harbour Local Court last week on three charges after&nbsp;two alleged shootings in Nambucca Heads, one of which left a 21-year-old man injured. The two alleged incidents occurred on October 28 and November 6 last year.&nbsp; Laurie was arrested in June and charged with shooting&nbsp;a firearm at a dwelling or house with disregard for safety, causing wounding to a person with intent to murder and discharging a firearm with intent to cause grievous bodily harm. He was refused bail and is expected to reappear in&nbsp;Coffs Harbour courthouse on September 12. Laurie debuted for the Tigers in 2008 and played in 20 NRL&nbsp;games over two seasons before joining the Panthers. He played three top-grade games for Penrith and represented the Indigenous All Stars before he was sacked for consuming alcohol on a flight to Auckland with their NSW Cup team. After being thrown a lifeline by the Knights, he admitted: “No other club wanted nothing to do with me.” This year he has played for South Grafton Rebels and&nbsp;Lower Clarence Magpies.