A LAVINGTON girl involved in a violent home invasion at Lavington last year where a mother and her young children were terrorised has breached bail five times, but remains at large.
The girl, 14, appeared in Albury Children’s Court yesterday for her latest breach of bail.
Bail conditions were imposed on January 18 preventing her associating with six other juveniles and she has a 7pm to 7am curfew.
One of her banned associates arrived at the girl’s house on Tuesday, but was told to leave by her mother.
The mother went to wake her daughter for school at 6am on Wednesday.
When the covers were pulled back, three pillows were lined up to make it appear that the girl was in bed.
The mother notified police and they arrested the girl about 1.45pm at her school.
The girl last year received a control order after breaking into two Lavington homes in July with an accomplice.
A woman cowered in fear with her children, aged eight and 11, in a bedroom as the girls ransacked her home.
They forced a laundry door and the woman called triple-0 and her husband.
He rushed home from a Wodonga bakery where he was working.
The intruders were arrested and remanded in custody.
The girl is on parole over the break-ins and has sentencing pending on March 1 for a property damage offence with a pre-sentence report ordered.
Magistrate Megan Greenwood continued the girl’s bail saying the only thing in her favour was she had committed no more offences.