The theft of Kmart with a toy gun in the Melbourne area means that Dylan Marone is imprisoned for four months
Drug addict criminal, 22, who used a TOY GUN to rob a Kmart before being jailed in an ute
- Dylan Malone has been sentenced to four months in prison for theft of Kmart
- He used a fake gun to scare a guard and stole items worth $ 134.50
- The 22-year-old ran away in a stolen Nissan ute, but was arrested a month later
A drug abuser has been sentenced to four months in prison for robbing a Kmart store with a toy gun.
Dylan Malone, 22, waved the fake gun to intimidate a guard and stole $ 143.50 items from the Kmart store in Belmont, about 80 km from Melbourne, on the night of June 10.
Malone then left in a stolen Nissan Navara and ran a red light at the intersection of Moorabool St and Fyans St before he dumped the ute in a nearby suburb to escape the police.
Dylan Malone, 22, was arrested after waving the fake gun to intimidate a guard and stole from Kmart (photo) in Belmont, about 80 km from Melbourne, on the night of June 10
The Geelong advertiser reported that the police later recovered a long arm rifle with a silencer, the stolen goods from Kmart, counterfeit money, 1.5 g ice and 16 g cannabis from the stolen Navara.
Malone was arrested a month later.
He confirmed it was him in the CCTV recordings of the crime scene, but said he did not remember the incident.
Malone's lawyer told the Geelong court that his client was offended because of & # 39; substance abuse and alcohol abuse & # 39 ;.
Magistrate Michael Coghlan said to Malone: & You are 22 years old and you are wasting some of the best years of your life. & # 39;
Malone was found guilty of owning a fake firearm, theft, car theft and mistreatment of a woman he knew.
He was also found guilty of failing to stop under police leadership and possession of weapons among other offenses.
Malone has been in custody for around 90 days.
Malone was found guilty of owning a fake firearm, theft, car theft and mistreatment of a woman he knew. He was detained for approximately 90 days (stock)
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