One of three people charged admits to Woldingham burglary

June 13, 2018
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One of three people charged with burglary at a house in Woldingham has admitted taking high value jewellery and other items from the large manor house.

Two men and a woman were arrested after the area’s Neighbourhood Watch group reported a suspicious vehicle which was stopped shortly after a burglary in The Ridge by Metropolitan Police officers.

Prosecutor Susannah Bramley stated that Stephen White was arrested with two others near to the home on Thursday, May 3.

Mr White, of Chelsfield Lane in Bromley, pleaded guilty in front of judge Jonathan Black to the theft of high value jewellery, electrical items and a set of car keys from the six-bedroom house after entering as a trespasser.

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The 34-year-old was represented by David Forsyth at Guildford Crown Court on Thursday, June 7. No date for sentencing has currently been confirmed.

Nigel Spicer, 30, of Crystal Palace Park Road, pleaded not guilty to burglary and is set to appear for trial at Guildford Crown Court on Monday, October 15.

The Ridge in Woldingham where the burglary took place on Thursday, May 3

The Ridge in Woldingham where the burglary took place on Thursday, May 3
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Joanne Eldridge, 32, of Shardloes Road in Lewisham, represented by Adam Williams, is yet to plead and will return to Guildford Crown Court on Thursday, July 26.

Surrey Police’s Investigating officer, PC Emma Nicholson from the Reigate Local Proactive Unit, has given advice to people to deter burglars and said: “To help keep your property secure, we recommend registering valuables on Immobilise.com and marking your property with forensic marker fluid such as SelectaDNA.”

Article source: https://www.getsurrey.co.uk/news/surrey-news/one-three-people-charged-admits-14756934


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