Men remanded in custody after admitting burglary at Southampton Crown Court

Men remanded after admitting burglary

Men remanded after admitting burglary

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TWO men were further remanded in custody after they admitted burglary and handling charges at Southampton Crown Court.

Mark Hope, 27, of no fixed abode, and Corbin Ward, 23, of Kingston Road, Portsmouth, pleaded guilty to entering a garage at Tilshead, Wiltshire, and stealing cigarettes, tobacco and alcohol, and receiving lottery scratch cards stolen in a raid on a shop in Denmead.

Hope also admitted dangerous driving on the M27 and along Mousehole Lane, Southampton.

The pair will be sentenced on May 19 with Jade McFarlane, 26, of Wavell Road, Southampton, who also admitted the receiving charge. She had bail extended.

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