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Man in court charged with burglary

Carlisle Magistrates Court

A man has appeared in court today following a burglary at a residential property in the village of Mosser, West Cumbria.

Carl James Nicholson, 26, of St Nicholas Avenue, Flimby, appeared before magistrates in Carlisle.

It was alleged in court that a large amount of cash was taken from the property.

The three accusations are, that on December 8, Nicholson is alleged to have committed aggravated burglary of a dwelling and attempted to commit burglary, in the village of Mosser, and had with him a weapon namely; a hammer.

On the same date at the junction of Paddle School near Cockermouth he drove a black Saab while disqualified.

He also faces an allegation of burglary from November 22, he is accused that he entered a dwelling as a trespasser with intent to steal in the village of Mosser.

Nicholson did not enter a plea to the allegations, he was remanded in custody by magistrates.

His next appearance will be at Carlisle Crown Court on January 14, 2019.

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