A TEENAGER arrested as part of a crackdown on burglaries has been charged with further offences.
Curtis Nelson, 18, had appeared before Huddersfield magistrates last week.
He was charged with burgling two properties in the Bradley and Almondbury areas on January 9 and 15 this year.
The earlier hearing was told that Nelson, of Alandale Road in Bradley, was arrested as part of a six-week police operation.
One of the houses that Nelson allegedly targeted belonged to a vulnerable woman in her 70s.
Items said to have been taken from the house included war medals.
Belongings alleged to have been taken from a second property included jewellery, photographs and an unopened Christmas present.
Magistrates were told that since the last hearing, the teenager has been charged with two further burglaries.
These are alleged to have taken place on December 11 and 30 in two properties in the Bradley area.
Items stolen included a TV, games console and laptop.
Nelson is also accused of assaulting Amber Greaves, the mother of his toddler and baby children, on New Year’s Day.
Miss Greaves was left with a broken leg following the alleged assault.
Nelson denies the malicious wounding and all burglary charges.
The case will be dealt with by a crown court.
Magistrates agreed to remand the teenager in custody until his next hearing.
He will appear before the court again this Thursday via a prison video link.