Man pleads not guilty to charges including burglary and theft

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A LIMAVADY man has pleaded not guilty to a number of charges including burglary and theft.

Patrick James McDonald (28), of Sperrin Road, denies a number of offences relating to March 23 this year – including a burglary at College Mews in Limavady when a PlayStation 4 and digibox were stolen; dangerous driving at roads between Donald Way and Sperrin Road in Limavady; driving whilst unfit; no insurance and driving licence; aggravated taking of a vehicle and causing damage to a garden fence; and failing to report an accident.

He also denies theft of a JCB chop saw worth £180 and handling a stolen JCB chop saw relating to December 11, 2017.

The defendant is also charged with burglaries at two addresses at Mullagh Place, Limavady, on October 13 this year when a mountain bike was taken from one dwelling and clothing, drill and charger, beer and a rucksack stolen from the other.

McDonald appeared at Coleraine Magistrates Court on November 5 via video link from prison and his cases were adjourned to November 19.

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