MILTON Keynes’ most wanted man appeared before Milton Keynes magistrates on Friday.
David May, 41, of no fixed abode, who was remanded in custody on Thursday, sat impassively and spoke only to confirm his name and enter a plea.
Mr May was wanted for failing to answer police bail at Milton Keynes Police Station on February 5, following his arrest on suspicion of a burglary on January 21 in Milton Keynes.
Officers put out a public appeal for information last week. As a result Mr May was found and arrested on Thursday.
He was remanded in custody until today when he will answer four assault charges for which he has pleaded not guilty.
He is then due to appear at Aylesbury Crown Court on March 1 to answer the three burglary charges.
Mr May will also be charged with a number of bail breaches, including not being at a designated address and contacting an alleged assault victim.