Cirencester teen to face fake gun break-in trial
6:20pm Tuesday 8th January 2013 in News
A CIRENCESTER teenager is one of three men who are to face trial by judge and jury accused of carrying out a burglary while armed with an imitation firearm.
Barry Bramble, 19, of Millennium Way, Rowell Bramble, 24, and a 17-year-old, both from London, all pleaded not guilty to aggravated burglary when they appeared at Swindon crown court.
It is alleged they had the imitation firearm when they went to a house in Alfred Street, Swindon, with the intent to steal, on Sunday September 9.
A fourth man, Amin Adan, 31, pleaded not guilty to assisting an offender by concealing the item for Rowell Bramble on the same day.
Judge Douglas Field adjourned the case to Tuesday April 16 when the four are to stand trial on the charges.
Barry was released on bail on condition he lives at home, reports to the police station, has no contact with witnesses and stays out of Wiltshire.
Rowell, of Stoke Newington, north London, must observe a night time curfew, not contact witnesses and stay out of Swindon.
The teenager, who is currently living with his aunt in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, was told to live and sleep as directed by children's services and to stay out of Swindon.
Adan, of Broad Street, Swindon, was told to have no contact with witness or go to Alfred Street.