A 15-year-old youth who murdered a man when he was only 11 years old went on crime for six months after being released on conditional release.
The boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was imprisoned for manslaughter for his part in the murder of 26-year-old Patrick Slater in the CBD of Perth in 2016.
After being released under supervision in February 2018, the youth, now 15 years old, went to live with an older brother.
The boy, pictured above some time prior to his participation in the fatal crowd attack on 26-year-old Patrick Slater, is now 15 years old. He went on a six-month crime including stealing cars and burglary in homes seven months after being released under supervision
During the first six months, he obeyed his curfew and passed all his drug tests, but at the end of September, problems arose and he moved between family members.
He was then missing and left with an extraordinary crime with older cousins, burglary in Perth houses and stealing cars.
During the six-month journey, he stole four motor vehicles, committed two burglaries, and committed a violation.
Nine newspapers reported that the boy was caught with Google satellite screenshots of a home while he invaded it.
Perth Children & # 39; s Court, where the youth was sentenced to an extra month of youth detention in addition to the set up time. He was caught by the police after being involved in a rapid police pursuit in a stolen BMW on 13 March
In another house, the power went out before the house was broken into.
The youth was caught on March 13 after a quick chase in which he drove a stolen BMW taken from the Perth suburb of Winthrop.
Police chased the vehicle through various suburbs, including Hamilton Hill, Palmyra and Melville, with the stolen car reaching speeds of up to 140 km / h in a 70 km / h zone while it was driving through Coolbellup.
The car got stuck in soft sand near roadworks.
WA Police said that three men have fled the scene.
The youth hid in a backyard in Yangebup where he was found by police with search dogs and taken back into custody, nine newspapers reported.
He appeared on August 9 in Perth Children's & # 39; s Court for conviction.
Banksia Hill Detention Center in Canning Vale, where the youth are locked up
Judge Julie Wager heard that the boy had been led astray by older relatives.
After being caught, he was detained at Banksia Hill Detention Center in Canning Vale, where he practiced sports and attended compulsory education.
In her condemning remarks, Judge Wager praised a positive report that the youth received from Banksia Hill staff.
& # 39; It says that you are … a very polite and compliant student, you follow the instructions and try out all the tasks your teacher gives you, & # 39; she said.
Judge Wagner said the boy had been punished long enough for the new violations, including two burglaries, four stolen cars, and the violation of his warrant.
The judge said the boy still had to be punished for reckless driving because he had put the lives of road users at stake during his chase.
She sentenced him to an extra prison sentence on top of the time he had already served, and disqualified his two-year driver's license forbidding him to drive a car until he was 19, nine newspapers reported.
Judge Wager said that the older brother of the youth, who in his life had a & # 39; radiant light & # 39; was prepared to take him back to live with his family when he is released again.
The youth has spent most of his teenage years in juvenile detention, where he was imprisoned for the first time at the age of 11.
He was the youngest person accused of murder in Australia after he participated in the fatal attack on Patrick Slater after the celebration of the Australia Day in 2016 near Esplanade Station in the CBD of Perth.
The boy hung around with a group of men up to 29 in the early hours of the morning after the fireworks.
The group fought with other groups before attacking Mr Slater with a variety of weapons, including a star picket, screwdrivers, pieces of concrete and bottles (video of the fight above).
Slater died by being stabbed in the heart with a screwdriver.
The 11-year-old boy was caught on CCTV footage running through the station with a bloody screwdriver in his hand after the attack.
Six of his co-offenders were imprisoned for murder, but the boy was considered a follower and sentenced to four years in prison for the lesser indictment of manslaughter in December 2017.
Patrick Slater died after being attacked by eight men in Perth after the Australia Day fireworks in 2016. One of his attackers was an 11-year-old boy who was detained for manslaughter
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