A MAN accused of several break-and-enters in Armidale has pleaded guilty in court, just hours after his arrest.
Bradley Stephen Naylor is facing up to two years in jail after admitting to two counts of break-and-enter, as well as one charge of committing a section 114 offence by having a previous conviction.
In Armidale Local Court on Friday morning, Naylor also admitted to driving whilst disqualified and stealing a car, before Magistrate Michael Holmes formally refused bail.
The 39-year-old was arrested at a McBean Ave home on Thursday afternoon after Armidale police found a stolen Holden Commodore utility abandoned in bushland off the Waterfall Way.
Several goods suspected of being stolen were found in the ute and the nearby area. Investigators homed in on Naylor shortly after and searched his house where they found more items suspected of being stolen including jewellery.
Police said the goods were stolen during break-ins on homes across Armidale between Monday and Thursday.
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