Fourth youth admits part in Clutha raid

A FOURTH person has admitted being part of the group that broke into the Clutha pub and stealing booze and charity tins only weeks after a helicopter hit the roof, killing 10 people.

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Billy Jo Revie, 16, pleaded guilty to breaking into the pub on December 17 last year and stealing the items.

The case will be dealt with by Sheriff Joseph Platt, who deal with those who previously admitted the same offence.

Last month, Jordan Parry, 16, and Darren Melrose, 18, were given six months' detention and Charmaine Holmes 17, was handed an 18 months' community payback order.

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