Five in court on electricity charges.
THREE men and two women charged with a variety of offences will have their cases heard in the crown court, a judge ruled.
Martin John McDonagh, 27, of Llanberis Road, Caernarfon, was not asked to enter a plea on burglary, handling stolen goods and abstracting electricity charges.
District Judge Gwyn Jones, sitting at Caernarfon, heard the charges relate to offences allegedly committed in February this year.
He said the cases could not be dealt with in the lower court and sent the matter to crown.
McDonagh was remanded in custody until next week after breaching his curfew several times last week.
His wife Kathleen, 25, also of Llanberis Road, is charged with receiving stolen goods and abstracting electricity.
Edward McDonagh, 26, and Natalie Tregillies, 23, both of St Beuno's Court, Clynnog, face charges of receiving stolen goods and abstracting electricity.
Hughie Crumlish, 18, of Beeston, Nottingham faces burglary, receiving stolen goods and abstracting electricity charges.
They were allowed bail until the next hearing.
Two 17-year-olds, charged with similar offences, will have their cases heard at a youth court.
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)|
|Date:||Sep 23, 2014|
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