A REDNAL man who admitted burgling a house in Bromsgrove has been remanded in custody to await sentence.

Christopher Bloomfield admitted entering a property in College Road and taking a laptop screen and jewellery.

At Kidderminster Magistrates Court the 42-year-old, from Cranbourne Close, also admitted being in possession of a Stanley knife without good reason and screwdriver for the purposes of theft.

Also before Worcestershire magistrates:

Paul Curnock, aged 43, of Brueton Avenue, was given a 12 week jail sentence suspended for two years after he pleaded guilty of failing to supply a specimen of breath.

He was also fined £323, ordered to pay a surcharge of £122, costs of £135 and banned from driving for 34 months.

Craig Higgs, aged 49, from Friar Street, Droitwich, was jailed for four weeks suspended for 12 months after he admitted breaching a restraining order.

Magistrates ruled the sentence was serious because Higgs breached the order on the day it was imposed and caused distress to the victim.

He was also ordered to complete 120 hours unpaid work, a surcharge of £122 and costs of £185.

Jordan Allen, aged 20, of Austin Road, Bromsgrove, was fined £660, given six penalty points and ordered to pay a surcharge on £66 plus £85 costs for driving without insurance.

Kelly Hampshire, aged 30, of Goodwood Road, Catshill, was fined £210 and ordered to pay costs of £135 plus a surcharge of £32 after pleading guilty to resisting a constable in the execution of his duty.

Hampshire also admitted being drunk and disorderly and was given a six month conditional discharge.