Man guilty of charity theft

A SOUTH Nowra man has pleaded guilty to stealing a number of items from the Salvation Army Store at South Nowra.

Nathan Kenneth Ellis, 37, of Princes Highway pleaded guilty to stealing property to the value of $100.

Facts tendered to the court said between 11.55pm on June 28 and 12.10am on June 29, Ellis stole multiple items of clothing, four DVDs, numerous home appliances, a handbag, journal and notepad, Olympus and Kodak digital camera docks, four pairs of sunglasses in cases, men’s cologne, facial wipes, a pink make-up bag, a dartboard and a Phillips portable DVD player.

He pleaded not guilty to charges of possessing home breaking implements, resisting three police constables in the execution of their duty and assault police.

Magistrate Peter Miszalski adjourned the matters to be heard in Nowra Local Court on September 1.


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