Gosport burglar pleads guilty to five offences
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Gosport burglar Nicky Russell today (Friday 31 July) pleaded guilty to a string of offences including burglary and handling stolen goods.
The 40-year-old, of Parklands Close in Gosport, admitted the following at Portsmouth Crown Court:
- Between 17 March and 20 March, he burgled a house on Mayfield Road, Gosport, and stole bank cards, a tablet, a laptop, a mobile phone and jewellery of a value unknown.
- Between 25 March and 28 March he burgled two homes on Shaftesbury Road, Gosport. He stole a Samsung Mobile and a Playstation 4 from one house, and a handbag, wallet, bank cards, Iphone, Nokia mobile and car keys from another.
- Between 25 March and 28 March he attempted to burgle a house on Woodstock Road, Gosport.
- Handling stolen goods – on 1 July he had in his possession a suitcase and grey man bag which he knew to be stolen.
He was subsequently remanded in custody to appear at the same court for sentencing on Thursday 6 August.