Break-in ends in court

JAYDE Alyse Frankel and her friends decided to break into a vacant house in Scarness because they were looking for somewhere to smoke cannabis, a court was told.

Frankel, 19, was among a group that smashed a window and entered the vacant property on November 2, the Hervey Bay Magistrates Court has heard.

Neighbouring residents heard noises coming from inside the vacant house and contacted police, who found the intruders and a number of drug utensils when they arrived.

Frankel told police she did not know who had smashed the window.

In court, she was ordered to attend a drug education seminar and a conviction was not recorded.



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