Wibsey roof rescue man denies burglary

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Crown Court Bradford Crown Court

A man rescued by police and firefighters after he got stuck on a roof has publicly denied breaking into a house.

Jason Hudson pleaded not guilty to burglary when he appeared at Bradford Crown Court for a case management hearing yesterday.

His case was adjourned until his trial date on July 10.

Hudson, 35, of Holroyd Hill, Wibsey, Bradford, spent two hours on the rooftops of properties on his street on February 13 before being carried to safety on an aerial platform.

He was arrested after being talked down by police and firefighters.


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