Man accused of robbery and dangerous driving in Plymouth
A MAN accused of committing a spate of offences including robbery and dangerous driving on the same day has appeared again in court.
Damien McEvoy, aged 39, faced a judge at Plymouth Crown Court for the first time.
McEvoy is charged with a robbery, three attempted robberies and making off without payment on January 22. He is also accused of aggravated vehicle taking and dangerous driving.
McEvoy, of Arundel Crescent in Stonehouse, had originally faced 14 charges when he appeared before city magistrates days after the alleged offences.
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But David Gittins, for the Crown Prosecution Service, put a new indictment before the court.
McEvoy spoke only to confirm his identity and did not enter any pleas.
Judge Paul Darlow set down a trial lasting three or four days to begin on July 9.
McEvoy will return to court on May 13 for an interim hearing, when he will be expected to enter a plea. He was remanded in custody.