Man Who Denies Stealing A Bike Faces Charges Of Going Equipped

PUBLISHED: 10:45 24 August 2009 | UPDATED: 11:01 04 May 2010

A MAN who has denied stealing a pedal cycle at Ely railway station is to face trial before city magistrates on November 5. It is alleged that James Leonard, 42, stole a £239 cycle belonging to Mr D Barrett on June 26. He is also charged with going equippe

A MAN who has denied stealing a pedal cycle at Ely railway station is to face trial before city magistrates on November 5.

It is alleged that James Leonard, 42, stole a £239 cycle belonging to Mr D Barrett on June 26. He is also charged with going equipped for theft on the same date, having been found in possession of a pair of cutters and two Allen keys.

Leonard, of London Road, King's Lynn, was ordered not to travel on Network Rail trains or go to railway stations, as a condition of his bail.


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