Louth teenager charged with criminal damage to bus shelter

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A 14-year-old Louth boy has appeared at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court to face charges of causing £500 of criminal damage in the town.

The boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, appeared in court yesterday (October 20) and is charged with causing £480 worth of damage to glass panels at Louth Bus Station on October 9, and faces another charge of damaging an £80 window pane at a Louth property on October 18.

The boy was granted bail on October 18 with curfew conditions. He was then arrested the following evening for breaching these conditions, and he admitted the breach in court.

The boy has been readmitted to bail until his next court appearance on Tuesday November 11.