Essex man charged with string of burglary offences
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An Essex man has been charged with a string of offences, including burglaries in White Roding, Hatfield Broad Oak and Little Hallingbury.
Jack O’Brien, 22, unemployed, of Navarre Gardens, Romford, was arrested on Saturday (Nov 12) and, among other offences, was charged with ten counts of burglary between September 24 and November 8.
The offence in White Roding took place at Church Lane between October 21 and 22, while the burglaries at Hatfield Broad Oak and Little Hallingbury happened on November 8.
Mr O’Brien is also charged with attempted robbery of a man in Dagenham on November 2, aggravated burglary at an address in Chafford Hundred on April 23 and three counts of attempted burglary on homes in Brentwood, Rettendon and Grays.
He will also face charges of handling stolen goods and driving without due care and attention, driving other than in accordance with a licence, failing to stop for police and driving without insurance.
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He is due to appear at Basildon Magistrates’ Court this morning (Monday, November 14).
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