A Portadown man who pled guilty to a litany of offences, including burglary with intent to inflict GBH and threats to kill, is to be sentenced on Monday.
Andrew Robinson, 42, of Loughgall Road, appeared before Craigavon Crown Court on Wednesday for re-arraignment.
He is charged with burglary with intent to inflict grievous bodily harm, threats to kill, threats to damage property, three counts of common assault against three different victims and three counts of criminal damage.
The offences are said to have occurred on June 13 of last year, however, the details of those were not outlined in court today.
The Court heard that Robinson had pleaded guilty to the three counts of criminal damage originally at arraignment.
As each of the charges were read out, guilty pleas were entered on Robinson’s behalf.
His Honour Judge Patrick Lynch QC adjourned the case, with the defendant to return to the Crown Court for sentencing on Monday, July 4.