Guilty of Bridgwater thefts
Two men will be sentenced on 29 July after they pleaded guilty to committing thefts in Bridgwater. Laimutis Beleckas, 21, and 27-year-old Eimantas Zemreta, both of Gravesend in Kent, appearing before Taunton Deane Magistrates’ Court.
At around 3am on Thursday 9 June, the pair broke into a van, parked on a driveway in Broadoak Road, Bridgwater. They stole various items from inside. The equipment stolen included power tools valued at around £3,000. Ten days later on Sunday 19 June they stole again. This time they took a locked-up pushbike from outside an address in Moorland Road, Bridgwater, between midnight and 4am.
Both were charged with one count of theft from a motor vehicle and one count of theft of a bike. Beleckas was also charged with one count of driving while disqualified and one count of driving without insurance.
The pair will be sentenced at Taunton Deane Magistrates’ Court on Friday 29 July.