Alleged Dursley burglars face court
11:42am Monday 30th September 2013 in News
ALLEGED Dursley shed burglars Daryl Ash and Daniel Savory are to stand trial at Gloucester Crown Court on six charges in the New Year.
Ash, 38, and Savory, 34, both of Rosebery Mount, Dursley, made a brief preliminary appearance at Gloucester Crown Court on Friday, September 27.
Defence solicitors said the pair are denying the six burglary charges levelled against them and Judge Jamie Tabor QC therefore set a trial date in the week starting February 3 next year.
Janine Wood, prosecuting, said a major part of the Crown case is that stolen property from sheds was found at their home when search warrants were executed.
Bolt croppers which had been used to cut the locks of sheds had also been found.
Ash and Savory were bailed, subject to curfew conditions, and Judge Tabor told them to return on Tuesday, December 17 for a full plea and case management hearing.
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