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Wednesday, 22 October 2014

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Three charged after burglary at west Cumbrian house

Three people have been charged after police investigated a burglary at a house in Milburn Street in Workington on February 13.

Kimberly Riley, 23, of Purser Road, Salterbeck, Workington, has been charged with burglary.

She has yet to enter her plea and magistrates ruled that her case should be dealt with by a judge at Carlisle Crown Court.

Neil Stevenson, 37, of Richmond Road, Workington, has been charged with handling stolen goods.

He entered a plea of not guilty and magistrates decided that his his will also be dealt with at the Crown Court.

Both he and Riley were remanded in custody and they will next appear at Carlisle Crown on March 10.

Meanwhile, Jodie Musgrave, 24, of John Street, Workington, has been charged with handling stolen goods and she will appear at before magistrates West Cumbria Magistrates Court on March 5.

The charges are all in connection with the Milburn Street burglary, when various items were stolen.

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