Accused of Te Wharau burglary

Two women accused of burgling Te Wharau School have made an initial appearance in Gisborne District Court.

Tamara Ann Emilie Cox, 46, and Rachel Lorraine Jenkins, 38, who both live in the vicinity of the school, are each charged that between May 29 and May 30, they entered a building (the school) without authority, and with intent to commit an imprisonable offence.

They were both remanded without plea to appear again at a registrar’s list on July 8.

Cox faces an additional charge that on June 11, she was in possession of a methamphetamine pipe.

Two women accused of burgling Te Wharau School have made an initial appearance in Gisborne District Court.

Tamara Ann Emilie Cox, 46, and Rachel Lorraine Jenkins, 38, who both live in the vicinity of the school, are each charged that between May 29 and May 30, they entered a building (the school) without authority, and with intent to commit an imprisonable offence.

They were both remanded without plea to appear again at a registrar’s list on July 8.

Cox faces an additional charge that on June 11, she was in possession of a methamphetamine pipe.

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