Teenager admits vandal attacks
A TEENAGER admitted going on the rampage in Great Yarmouth town centre on Friday causing thousand of pounds of damage.Windows of shops and stores were smashed in the market place and two phone boxes were vandalised.
A TEENAGER admitted going on the rampage in Great Yarmouth town centre on Friday causing thousand of pounds of damage.
Windows of shops and stores were smashed in the market place and two phone boxes were vandalised.
Paul Redgrave, 19, of Southtown Road, Yarmouth admitted causing criminal damage when he appeared at Norwich Crown Court.
His sister, Kathryn Redgrave, 22, of Havelock Road, Yarmouth admitted affray on October 23, at her home.
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The case against both defendants was adjourned until February 26, for reports.
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