Court to hear case after laptop found
A MAN will appear at court via video link next week after he denied knowingly buying a stolen laptop.
Justin Beutner, of Mainstone Avenue, pleaded guilty at Plymouth Magistrates Court to possessing cannabis, but said he did not dishonestly receive the Acer laptop knowing it to be stolen.
Prosecutor Angela Furniss said Beutner, 36, was arrested on January 31 this year, and a search of his home had revealed the laptop which he said he'd bought from a friend for £200.
Police later learned the laptop had been taken during a burglary in Efford.
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Magistrates remanded Beutner until February 8 when he would appear again via video link.