An East Kimberley teenager who allegedly ran rampant in Broome has been granted bail to live in his hometown of Kununurra. The 15-year-old boy appeared in Broome Children’s Court on Monday, October 11, charged with aggravated home burglary and commit, giving false personal details to police, stealing a motor vehicle and stealing. The court was told that on September 13 between 12.30am and 3am, the boy and a co-offender allegedly broke into a home in Broome, stealing two wallets, a digital camera and camera bag and a white gold ring to the total value of $2500. It was further alleged the boy stole a Mitsubishi Pajero and when apprehended by authorities he gave false details, telling police his surname was Cox. The court was told the boy was also found roaming the streets of Broome about 11pm the previous day. Police prosecutor Sgt Phil Milne told the court police had CCTV footage showing the boy gaining access to the carpark and had found fingerprints on the window where he allegedly broke into the home. The court was told the boy’s previous offences were more than 18 months ago and he only got into trouble when he was in Broome. Sgt Milne said the boy’s record spoke of night-time offending. “It does not give me confidence he won’t slip back into those old ways,” he said. Magistrate Stephen Sharratt said the boy would only be granted bail on strict conditions, including a 7pm to 7am curfew unless accompanied by a Department of Communities supervisor. “He’s shown he can stay out of trouble in Kununurra, he is going back where he has no convictions,” he said. The boy is next due to appear in Kununurra Children’s Court on November 15.