Corowa man gets bail over Coreen burglary

ANOTHER Corowa man charged over an aggravated break and enter at the Coreen football clubrooms earlier this week has been granted bail.

Kane Charles Barbour, 20, of Redlands Road, was successful in a release application before Albury Local Court.

He has been charged with two counts of aggravated break and enter in company with the second offence relating to a house in Banff Street, Corowa, where a car was stolen.

Barbour is also charged with being carried in a vehicle without consent of the owner.

Police opposed bail for Barbour citing his criminal history.

There was property inside the car which was allegedly stolen from the clubrooms.

Magistrate Tony Murray was told Barbour is on four separate bonds.

Barbour was released on $2000 bail with a similar surety, and an 8pm to 9am curfew was imposed.

He cannot associate with three other men charged over the same incidents.

Mr Murray ordered the preparation of a police evidence brief by October 17 and the charges have been adjourned until October 27.