'Teenage burglar had weapon', Plymouth court told
A TEENAGER has appeared at Plymouth Crown Court accused of burgling a home while armed with a poker.
Aaron Bradford, who is 18, faced a judge in custody charged with aggravated burglary.
He allegedly entered a house in Tavistock Road, in Yelverton, as a trespasser while in possession of a poker as an offensive weapon between September 24 and September 27 this year.
Bradford, of Rendle Street, in Stonehouse, is said to have taken a laptop computer, a camera, a torch, some cash and some confectionery of a value unknown.
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He is also charged with handling £290 in cash he knew to be stolen on May 3.
Bradford has previously admitted that matter before city magistrates.
Recorder Jonathan Barnes adjourned the cases until October 29, with no plea being entered on the aggravated burglary charge.
Bradford was remanded in custody until that date.