Stolen goods found in car after crash

WOODENBONG woman Danielle Boney has pleaded guilty in the Lismore Local Court to stealing a 42-inch plasma television, a DVD and other items from a Summerland Way home near Kyogle, and jewellery from a Grevillia home three years ago.

Boney, 30, was also arrested in Sydney some weeks later where, during a search of her car, police recovered stolen goods and other items suspected of also being stolen.

Boney was before the court on Monday charged with aseries of offences, including failing to appear in court; break and enter to steal; having goods in personal custody suspected of being stolen; negligent driving; and driving when never licensed.

Some of the charges relate to offences in Sydney, including having custody of a knife in public.

Boney, who also lists her address as Toongabbie, pleaded guilty to stealing from a home at Kilgra, near Kyogle, at 11am on October 18, 2007. Police facts statedBoney's fingerprints were found on a speaker box at the scene and she was arrested 11 months later in September 2008 and charged with that offence.

She also pleaded guilty to stealing a generator and ajewellery box from a Dingo Gully Road home at Grevillia on October 29, 2007. Police facts stated Boney wheeled the Honda generator from a shed and placed it in her car before taking it to Lismore and selling it for $200.

Some weeks later, she drove a Holden Commodore to Blacktown, in Sydney, where she collided with another car on Australia Day 2008. During a search of her damaged car, police located the stolen jewellery box and jewellery was taken from her.

A pre-sentence report was ordered by the court and Bon-ey, who is on bail, will be sentenced on November 22.

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