A St. John’s man was arrested early Monday morning for an alleged break and enter, appeared in court and was released from custody only to be arrested again later that same day for another alleged break and enter.
Bradley Peddle, 18, returned to St. John’s provincial court Tuesday.
A day earlier he appeared in weekend and statutory holiday court.
He was remanded in custody and will return to court today.
According to the Royal
Newfoundland Constabulary’s overnight report, officers and the
K-9 unit were called to a home at 6:30 a.m. Monday.
Court documents indicate the alleged incident occurred at a home on Circular Road in
Peddle was arrested and charged with break and enter, theft, uttering threats, and possessing an instrument for the purpose of gaining entry to a motor vehicle.
Following his appearance in court Monday, Peddle was released from custody with a promise to appear in court on Aug. 8.
Police said he then returned to the area where he was arrested that morning. He was charged again, this time for a break and enter at a home on Monkstown Road.
In relation to that incident, Peddle is facing charges of break and enter, possession of stolen goods, and failure to comply with the conditions of an undertaking.