Bay Roberts home in­va­sion case head­ing to trial

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The case of a Bay Roberts man ac­cused of break­ing into a home and con­fronting its owner be­fore flee­ing in the vic­tim’s ve­hi­cle ap­pears to be des­tined for trial.

Bradley Frank Adams re­mains in cus­tody and ap­peared in Har­bour Grace Pro­vin­cial Court by vide­olink last Tues­day. His lawyer, Kevin Baker, said his client would elect to have the case heard in pro­vin­cial court. Baker asked for more time to dis­cuss is­sues with Adams be­fore set­tling on po­ten­tial trial dates. The case will re­turn to court July 6.

Adams is charged with rob­bery, break and en­ter, theft of a mo­tor ve­hi­cle, pos­ses­sion of a weapon for a dan­ger­ous pur­pose, con­ceal­ing his iden­tity with a mask and ob­struct­ing an of­fi­cer by giv­ing a false name.

It’s al­leged he en­tered a home on New Found Lane in Bay Roberts and con­fronted a woman in­side. He was ar­rested June 5 in Whit­bourne, where the woman’s ve­hi­cle was also re­cov­ered. Adams has re­mained in cus­tody ever since.


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