Man accused of burglaries bailed

Shane Brown, of Brooklyn Road accused of burglary in Bridlington
Shane Brown, of Brooklyn Road accused of burglary in Bridlington

A Bridlington man has appeared in court accused of three burglaries on the same Bridlington home stealing high-value electrical items.

Shane Brown, 29, was arrested by Humberside Police and charged with three burglaries on the same house in Gypsey Road over consecutive days between April 5 and April 9 this year.

He is accused of taking a 42 inch colour TV and child’s tractor on the first day, then a glass TV stand and finally a washing machine from the Bridlington property.

Mr Brown of Brookland Road, Bridlington, appeared in the high-security glass dock of court one at Hull Crown Court on Monday (May 11) with three charges of burglary against him.

He did not enter pleas at this stage but entered a not guilty plea at Bridlington Magistrates’ Court in April this year.

Mr Brown spoke only to confirm his name and left the talking for the case to his barrister.

He asked for his electronic doorstep 7pm to 7am curfew condition to be altered so he could visit his seven-week old boy in Scarborough Hospital until 9pm.

Judge Kate Buckingham adjourned the case for a plea and case management hearing at Hull Crown Court on July 20.

She warned Brown if he failed to attend he would be committing a separate offence.

Brown walked free on conditional bail. He will face a trial on August 24 at Hull Crown Court.