A 21-year-old man has been given a three-month jail sentence for sitting in the driver's seat of a car while his mates pushed it on Icely Road.
Calab Wiegold, of Gardiner Road, was also given a nine-month jail term for his involvement in a police pursuit.
The offences were committed two days apart while Wiegold was disqualified from driving until 2034. He has been in custody since November 6.
For the first offence, the police pursuit and driving while disqualified, Wiegold appeared before magistrate David Day on Monday.
According to police, Wiegold led police on a pursuit up Summer Street at 11.11pm on October 11. He turned onto Woodward Street but the pursuit was ended after he crossed to the wrong side of the road and turned off his headlights.
Two-days later Wiegold again breached the driving ban by sitting in the driver's seat of a Ford Falcon which he was trying to clutch start while his friends pushed it at 10.20pm.
He told police he was trying to start the car so he could drive it into the backyard.
According to police, there were at least three licensed drivers at the scene and the Falcon's registration was cancelled in 2018 and a defect notice was issued in September this year.
Wiegold appeared before magistrate Roger Prowse via a video link on Friday for the October 13 offences and was given a three-month jail term until March 2, 2020.
He was also disqualified from driving for 12 months for driving while disqualified. Mr Prowse also convicted him without further penalty for driving an unregistered and uninsured vehicle.
"It may well be the case that you didn't actually think," Mr Prowse said.
On Monday, Mr Day gave him a nine-month jail sentence with a four-month non-parole period with a potential release date of March 5, 2020, as well as a two-year driving disqualification for the pursuit.
He also gave Wiegold a four-month jail term with the same release date and disqualified him from driving for 12 months.
"He's got a lot of drive while disqualified and more than one police pursuit," Mr Day said.
"The temptation to go for a drive must be enormous but all that will happen is he gets into more and more trouble.
"The real punishment will be further disqualifications.
"Having regard to like offences it appears he's crossed the custody threshold."
When handing down his sentence, Mr Day took into account Wiegold's age and need for a longer parole period than suggested in sentencing guidelines.
Both magistrates removed 15 years from Wiegold's total disqualification period by quashing habitual offenders declarations.
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