In Magistrates Court this morning [Oct 16] 51-year-old David Fubler pleaded guilty to a charge of trespassing in a St George’s woman’s residence on 6th August 2012.
The Crown Prosecutor told the Magistrate that the woman was moving apartments and that around 4:30am she found a strange man wandering around in the apartment that she was moving out of.
She asked him: “Who gave you permission to enter this apartment?” She then called the Police who came and arrested the man who turned out to be the defendant.
In his defence, Mr Fubler said that he: “Just went in to try and help the young lady.” The Magistrate ordered a Social Inquiry Report and set Mr Fubler’s sentencing date as 27th November. He was then granted bail of $2,000 but was also required to provide a surety in the same amount.
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