Indecency charge

Last updated 11:30 05/02/2014

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A New Plymouth man has pleaded guilty to behaving indecently and will return to court next month to be sentenced.

Harley James Nunn, in his 20s, yesterday pleaded guilty to doing an indecent act, behaving offensively, wilful trespass and stealing from two cars.

Judge Max Courtney remanded Nunn on bail to a halfway house and ordered him to report to police every three days.

The prosecuting police sergeant asked for extra reporting so police could keep a close watch on Nunn in case he "falls through the cracks". The judge ordered a pre-sentence report before sentencing on March 25.

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