Braunton man Jason Prentice accused of pub break-in
A MAN from Braunton has pleaded not guilty to breaking into a country pub in North Devon.
Jason Prentice, 42, of Hanson Park, Braunton, pleaded not guilty to burglary when he appeared before Judge Francis Gilbert, QC, at Exeter Crown Court.
He is accused of entering the Farmers Arms at Woolsery, near Bideford, on October 20 last year and stealing £519.20 cash.
He was bailed to return to court for a trial in December.
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