No plea from teenager charged with burglary

PUBLISHED: 12:23 27 September 2007 | UPDATED: 12:52 04 May 2010

ELY teenager, Adam Bishop-Bridges, was remanded in custody for four weeks by the city s magistrates on Thursday accused of burglary and receiving stolen goods. Bishop-Bridges, 18, of Christopher Tye Close refused to enter a plea to the charges which are a

ELY teenager, Adam Bishop-Bridges, was remanded in custody for four weeks by the city's magistrates on Thursday accused of burglary and receiving stolen goods.

Bishop-Bridges, 18, of Christopher Tye Close refused to enter a plea to the charges which are alleged to have taken place on September 4.

He is accused of stealing two mobile phones, a digital camera, iPod, and foreign currency and credit cards from a home in Main Street, Witchford.

He also faces two charges of receiving stolen goods worth more than £250.

Bishop-Bridges' case was adjourned after magistrates declined jurisdiction and he will be committed for trial to the crown court on October 18. An application for bail was refused.

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