A man who gave his phone number and address when ordering $183 worth of pizza, which he paid for with a stolen credit card, has been sent to jail for a crime spree.
Jayden Fliedner, 21, of Kurim Avenue, was in custody when he appeared before magistrate David Day in Orange Local Court for sentencing.
"[He was] stealing anything he could lay his hands on to afford him the opportunity to abuse drugs," Mr Day said.
Mr Day gave Fliedner a total jail sentence of two years and four months with a 15-month non-parole period until September 25, 2020.
The jail term was for a string of crimes committed in Orange and Nashdale in November 2018.
Fliedner was also convicted of stealing items, including a wallet, $12, cards, ammunition and a .22 Baikal gun, which were concealed in a car at Canowindra overnight on May 7, 2018.
The owner discovered the theft two days later when he noticed his Visa card had been used for transactions including the pizza order.
[He was] stealing anything he could lay his hands on to afford him the opportunity to abuse drugs.Magistrate David Day
Fliedner was found in possession of some of those stolen items when police were called after he was found slumped over the wheel of a car parked in a motel driveway on May 9, 2018.
The November thefts included a wallet containing $40 cash stolen from a house in Rawle Avenue and several power tools, taken from another house in the same street on the same night.
He also stole a boat trailer carrying a runabout boat about 5.20am on November 19. That night he also stole a box-trailer, and from a garden shed he stole a Husqvarna motorbike.
In Nashdale on November 19 Fliedner stole $500 worth of property including tie down straps, keys and a wallet containing a credit card and various other cards.
In another offence at Nashdale he stole a Husqvarna motorbike and he broke into a house. Between 1am and 2am in Orange on November 20 he stole a 20 litre Jerry can of unleaded fuel, milk crates and marker dyes.
Fliedner was also given a two-year intensive correction order for using or supplying the bolt from the .22 calibre gun and he was also given a two-year Community Correction Order for possession of the gun piece.
Fliedner was given two 12-month CCOs for stealing the property worth $1000 from the car at Canowindra including the wallet, cash, card, ammunition and .22 Baikal gun. He was also given a 12-month CCO for buying the food with the stolen Visa card.
Fliedner was convicted and was given another 12-month CCO, with conditions he abstain from drugs for stealing a wallet that a customer had accidentally left behind at McDonald's on July 25, 2019.
He was also convicted and disqualified from getting a driver's licence for driving without being licensed to do so between 2am November 17 and 3am on November 20.
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