A Gunnedah man has been found guilty of a string of charges relating to a break-and-enter earlier this year.
Magistrate George Breton found 28-year-old Ricky Fitzroy guilty of one count of steal from a dwelling and two counts of obtain advantage by deception in Gunnedah Local Court earlier this month.
Fitzory broke into a View Street house in March this year and stole several items including a number of watches, a camera and a credit card.
The court heard Fitzroy used the stolen card in two separate online transactions totaling a cost of more than $9000. Fitzroy was found guilty of all three charges and sentenced to 12 months, eight months and 10 months for the crimes respectively .
In an unrelated incident, Fitzory also appeared before the Gunnedah Local Court facing one count of facing one count of committing an indictable offence, destruction of property and common assault.
He was found guilty of all three charges and sentenced to 18 months jail, he will be eligible for parole in May 2019.
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