A Geraldton home invader who touched an eight-year-old girl and whispered to her during a terrifying and bizarre break-in earlier this year will have to wait a bit longer to hear his fate. Jamie Phillip Mongoo appeared in Geraldton Magistrates Court on Thursday charged with 27 offences. He pleaded guilty in August to common assault, home burglary and trespassing in relation to the home burglary in the Geraldton suburb of Strathalbyn. Lawyer Eva Svanberg said on Thursday she received disclosure but had not yet gone through it with Mr Mongoo. The matter was adjourned until Friday, November 25 and bail was not considered, with Mongoo remanded in custody. Mongoo entered the Strathalbyn home between midnight and 2am on June 2, woke an eight-year-old girl, and started talking to her. He left without stealing anything. The girl told her mother someone had been in her room, but the mother thought it was just a bad dream, and it was not until the next day that she realised her daughter had been right when she checked the home’s CCTV camera. After Mongoo pleaded guilty, the victim’s mother told the Geraldton Guardian her brave daughter had repeatedly told the intruder to “stop it” and “go away”. “Home should be a safe place, and in the past, when my children woke with bad dreams, I’d hold them and tell them they were safe. It makes me angry that it feels hard to say now,” she said.