A man has appeared in court accused of a violent burglary.
Jamie Kenyon, 21, was before Kirklees Magistrates’ Court today from custody.
The alleged incident happened at an address in Turnsteads Crescent, Cleckheaton , on Saturday (April 21).
Kenyon allegedly broke in and stole an iPhone, subjecting the male occupier to violence while he was there.
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He appeared at the Huddersfield court behind a secure glass dock and was told that his case was too serious to be dealt with by magistrates.
His case was sent to Leeds Crown Court where he will first appear on May 22.
Kenyon, of no fixed address, was remanded into custody in the meantime.
His solicitor Jonathan Slawinski indicated that he will plead not guilty to the offence.