THREE people have denied showing up to a man’s house with knives and robbing him of money, tobacco and a hammer.

Rachel Phillips, Elizabeth Hughes, and David Davies appeared at Swansea Crown Court all charged with robbery.

It was alleged that the trio robbed a man at his home in Ammanford on April 6 of money, a hammer and tobacco.

They each denied the offence.

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Davies, 32, of Shands Road in Ammanford, was charged with using threatening words or behaviour to cause harassment, alarm, or distress.

It was alleged that he threatened a woman on April 6 that he would burn down her house.

He pleaded guilty to the offence.

Davies, along with 31-year-old Phillips and 39-year-old Hughes, both of Maes Y Fron in Garnant, were remanded in to custody.

They will face a trial on October 14.