A teenage boy who pulled a loaded pistol on a woman walking home in North Albury has been committed for sentence.
He carried out an armed robbery on the victim with an older friend, Ashton Kitson, who told him to use the weapon.
"Why don't you just shoot the c--t? Shoot them now, be done with it," Kitson said, after the woman had surrendered her back pack.
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They had demanded cash, which she didn't have.
Kitson, 26, of Bateman Place, pleaded guilty in Albury Local Court via a video link to Junee jail. His 17-year-old accomplice did not appear, with his guilty plea entered in Albury Children's Court by defence lawyer Ian McGuiness.
They were committed for sentence before the District Court in Albury on a charge of robbery in company while armed with a dangerous weapon.
Agreed facts told of how the victim, 23, walked from her parents' North Albury home to the APCO service station in Mate Street on November 15 about 3am.
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On buying milk and cigarettes she began the return journey, only to be confronted by the youth on Logan Road, where Bungambrawatha Creek runs through Fredericks Park.
He pulled out a firearm and demanded money, which she said she didn't have, then a car startled him so he stepped out of sight.
Why don't you just shoot the c--t? Shoot them now, be done with it- Ashton Kitson to his accomplice, a teenage boy who pointed a loaded pistol at a 23-year-old woman
The victim walked off, but immediately saw the youth and Kitson step out from a grass pathway with their bicycles.
After another cash demand they ordered she give them her backpack.
They rode off and she ran to a friend's home to contact police.
Officers went to the youth's Bateman Place to do a bail compliance check on him, then viewed CCTV footage at the house that showed him, with Kitson, pulling the pistol from inside his pants and loading ammunition.
Police seized cannabis, methamphetamine, .40-calibre rounds and firearm parts from the house.
A sentence date will be set in the District Court on October 1.
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