A 22-year-old man has pleaded 'guilty' to breaking into a St. Ouen property and stealing jewellery among several other items.
Maximiano Gabriel Ramos also admitted a single charge of grave and criminal assault and possession of cannabis resin.
Ramos appeared in Royal Court on Friday and his lawyer, Advocate Chris Hillier, entered guilty pleas to all three charges against him.
Pictured: Ramos will remain in custody until he is sentenced.
Ramos will be sentenced before the Superior Number - a panel that only assembles for the most serious of cases - on 2 April at 10:00.
Solicitor General Mark Temple asked for Ramos to be remanded in custody until this date.
Advocate Hillier requested that a Social Enquiry Report be prepared ahead of the sentencing.
The lawyer also made an application for bail but it was refused.
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