A MAN accused of burgling a house in Rawcliffe, Goole, has appeared in court and elected a trial.
Lee Harrison, 35, appeared from police custody at Hull Crown Court (Monday, March 14) and pleaded not guilty to burgling a house at Riverside Court, Rawcliffe, on December 15.
He is accused of stealing two laptop computers – an £800 Acer – and Kindle Fire, a purse with bank cards and £140 in cash.
Harrison, of Station Road, Rawcliffe, pleaded guilty to a single charge of handling a stolen Barracuda cycle on November 30.
He left the talking to his barrister Pamela Coxon.
Principal crown advocate Phillip Evans said: “Those pleas are not acceptable and it is necessary for a trial on this matter.”
Judge Mark Bury told Harrison: “Your trial will take place on April 4 on the burglary matter. You are remanded in custody on both charges so the amount of time you spend will count.”
Harrison was lead away to cells below court after shouting: “Love you!” to a relative in the public gallery.