TUESDAY, JUNE 21: Two men appeared in Magistrates’ Court today accused of breaking and entering.

Neko Cann, 35, of Southampton, and Malik Cann, 21, of Pembroke, denied three charges relating to theft.

The brothers were charged with entering a home in Warwick on June 17 and stealing a variety of items totalling $3,900, including jewellery, a wallet, a handbag, poker chips and more.

They were also charged with entering another home in Warwick and stealing $15 and two cameras valued at $1,800.

The last charge was having articles in their possession to use in connection with a robbery, including a screwdriver and gloves.

Neko Cann was separately charged with entering as a trespasser on May 27 and 28 and stealing $4,300 worth of items including an X-Box, jewellery, laptops, a Playstation, cell phones and more.

He was also charged with dishonestly receiving a stolen laptop worth $1,500 on May 28.

Neko Cann denied all the charges.

The matters were joined and were adjourned until September 30.

Neko Cann was remanded into custody and Malik Cann was given $5,000 bail with one surety.

He must report weekly to the Hamilton Police Station.