Man charged with burglary offences, including some in Dartford
PUBLISHED: 17:30 06 June 2018
A man has been charged with four burglary offences by Kent Police.
The officers were acting on intelligence which had identified James Nevin as a suspect for the burglaries, which were committed in Dartford, Meopham, West Kingsdown and Crayford in May.
Nevin was arrested by officers who executed a warrant at an address in Vicarage Park, Plumstead, on Sunday June 3.
The 42-year-old, of no fixed address, has since been charged with:
·Burglary with intent to steal from a home in Birchwood Road, Dartford, between 10am and 2.10pm on Friday May 11.
·Burglary of a home in Wrotham Road, Meopham, between 8am and 7.20pm on Friday May 11.
A quantity of jewellery and stamps are reported to have been taken.
·Burglary of a home in Crowhurst Lane, West Kingsdown, between 10am and 7.10pm on Sunday May 13.
A quantity of jewellery and watches are reported to have been taken.
·Burglary of a home in Station Road, Crayford, between 1.30pm and 3.45pm on Wednesday May 9.
A car and a mobile and a mobile phone are among the items reported to have been stolen.
He was remanded in custody to appear at Medway Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday June 6.
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