One man in New Zealand is being held on various charges of burglary and theft. George reportedly stole novelty sex toys from Peaches and Cream in Auckland, with the haul valued at $1,775.92. Not only this but he also stole a 2018 Yamaha Deluxe jet ski and trailer, valued at $20,000, as well as a 2004 Mitsubishi Triton utility and is being held on the count of four burglary charges in various residential buildings.
A man in New Zealand is facing criminal charges and has appeared in court with charges of stealing nearly $1,800 worth of sex toys.
Hamish George Crego-Bourne, from Rotorua, reportedly appeared in the district court on June 14 via a video link in charges of burglary and theft.
Only a month back, George was accused of stealing novelty sex toys from Peaches and Cream in Auckland, with the haul valued at $1,775.92.
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George also allegedly stole a 2018 Yamaha Deluxe jet ski and trailer, valued at $20,000, as well as a 2004 Mitsubishi Triton utility. As per the NZ Herald, both thefts reportedly took place between May 16–17 in Auckland.
The man is also facing four burglary charges, as per the official reports he entered a residential building in Whitianga; between May 11-14, he’s accused of entering another building in Whitianga; on May 12, he allegedly entered another Whitianga residence; and between May 11-12, he allegedly entered a building in Tairua.
Reportedly on May 13, Geroge also breached his bail conditions in Rotorua and was later found to be driving with a BAC level of 85mg and to top it he was also holding a zero alcohol license.
Zero alcohol license is given to those people who ‘have been given a zero alcohol sentence by the courts, or drivers who have been given an alcohol interlock sentence by the courts and who have been approved to exit the alcohol interlock license stage of the alcohol interlock program,’ as per the NZ Transport Agency.
The guidance adds that the drivers holding this license must hold it for three years, and ‘if you have a zero-alcohol license, you are required to hold the license for three years, during which time you must maintain a zero-alcohol limit while driving.'
The defendant’s lawyer Douglas Hall hasn’t entered any pleas at the time of writing, with a further court hearing expected later this month on June 23, where he will enter pleas.