A man who previously pleaded guilty to a bizarre home burglary in which he touched and whispered into the ear of an eight-year-old girl in her bedroom plans to admit to more charges of home burglary and stealing, his lawyer has told a Geraldton court. Jamie Phillip Mongoo appeared in Geraldton Magistrate’s Court on Thursday via video link from custody to address a charge of home burglary and stealing from a property in Waggrakine on June 7, 2022. His lawyer, Eva Svanberg, informed Magistrate Angus Hockton that Mongoo planned to plead guilty but requested an adjournment for further discussion with her client. On August 15 2022, Mongoo pleaded guilty to 24 charges, including common assault, home burglary, and trespassing for an incident involving the eight-year-old girl. Between midnight and 2am on June 2, Mongoo entered a Strathalbyn home where he woke the child and started talking to her, before leaving without stealing anything. The girl’s mother thought her daughter had a bad dream, but it wasn’t until the next day when she checked the CCTV cameras that she discovered there had been an intruder in her house. Mongoo was remanded in custody to next appear in court on March 23.