Droitwich burglary teen given bail but must comply with curfew

A TEENAGER who pleaded guilty to burglary at a house in Droitwich was granted bail by a judge but must keep to an overnight curfew.

Daniel Bullock, aged 18, of Bays Meadow, Droitwich, admitted the raid in Broad Meadow in June this year.

He stole a wallet containing £120, a brandy gift set and cans of beer, Worcester Crown Court heard.

Bailing him for a pre-sentence report, Judge John Cavell said he would be dealt with at a date to be fixed.

The curfew is electronically-monitored and Bullock was ordered not to enter Broad Meadow.

Defending, Jason Patel said Bullock had previous dwelling burglaries on his record and an offence of robbery.

The case of a co-defendant went to the youth court. He was given a 12-month rehabilitation order.

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