Plymouth burglary case will go to crown court
A burglary suspect who allegedly raided a city home has had his case sent to Crown Court.
Gareth Hughes faced Plymouth magistrates charged with taking a laptop computer worth £1,800 from a home in Turnchapel.
The 34-year-old is accused of entering the address in St John's Road as a trespasser on November 7.
Hughes, of Burrow Hill, Plymstock, has so far indicated "no plea" to the charge.
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He appeared via videolink from Exeter Prison and magistrates remanded him in custody until he appears before Plymouth Crown Court on January 18.