A Broome woman facing a string of stealing and traffic charges allegedly stole and drove an unroadworthy vehicle without ever holding a driver’s licence, after stealing from a suburban home this week. Davenah Wynette Charlie, 31, allegedly stole a television, handbag and duvet cover from an Old Broome home while in the company of others during the late hours of January 13. It is further alleged she later stole and drove a Holden Calais Sedan in Roebuck, near Broome, that was contrary to a defect notice, despite allegedly never holding a driver’s licence. Ms Charlie was charged with one count of steal motor vehicle, drove vehicle contrary to defect notice, aggravated home burglary and commit, stealing and no authority to drive. The woman broke down in tears after she was remanded in custody at Broome Magistrate’s Court this afternoon. Ms Charlie is yet to enter a plea to any of the charges and will be scheduled to next appear this Monday.