Kemble couple deny handling stolen goods and car
10:32am Wednesday 14th May 2014 in News
A KEMBLE couple accused of having 'an Aladdin's Cave of nicked goods' will stand trial at Gloucester Crown Court in November.
Rebecca Webb, 27, and Daniel Ritchings, 39, both of Malmesbury Road, Kemble, pleaded not guilty to five charges of handling stolen goods or acquiring criminal property at the court this week.
The charges, dated between October 2012 and January 2013, relate to the alleged handling of a VW Scirocco, chainsaws and hedge trimmers, bicycles, and perfume.
Ritchings has denied a further charge of possessing cannabis with intent to supply on January 16, 2013.
At the crown court this week Judge William Hart bailed them both pending a five-day trial due to start on November 24.