Honiton: Burglar's sentence delayed

PUBLISHED: 13:46 10 February 2010 | UPDATED: 00:53 16 June 2010

SENTENCING has been delayed for a Honiton man convicted of burglary. David Trower, 29, of Marwood Place, was granted conditional bail at Central Devon Magistrates Court to reappear on Friday, February 19.

SENTENCING has been delayed for a Honiton man convicted of burglary.

David Trower, 29, of Marwood Place, was granted conditional bail at Central Devon Magistrates' Court to reappear on Friday, February 19.

Trower entered a guilty plea at an earlier hearing to an offence of entering a property in Old School Court, Honiton, where a number of items were stolen.

They included hair dressing products, an Apple time capsule, charity box, hair clippers and cash to the value of £947, were stolen.


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