Man contacted police to confess to robbery, burglary and 19 other crimes
A MAN contacted police and told them he wanted to get a string of crimes off his chest, a court heard.
Barrister Ali Rafati told Plymouth Crown Court that his client, 20-year-old Cody Ware, asked for an interview with police.
He then confessed to a robbery, a burglary and taking a car without consent, asking for a further 18 offences to be taken into consideration.
Ware, of Hastings Street, off North Road West, admitted robbing a man of £70 cash on February 22. He also pleaded guilty to burgling a house in Lorrimore Avenue, Devonport, on February 17, taking house and car keys, and to taking a K-registered Vauxhall Astra without consent.
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Ware, who appeared in custody, made no application for bail.
Judge Paul Darlow ordered a psychiatric report and a pre-sentence report from the Probation Service. The next hearing will be on September 20.