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Man jailed for crime spree
A man from Gin Gin, west of Bundaberg in south-east Queensland, has been jailed for stealing more than $32,000 during a seven-month crime spree. Anton Michael Janezic, 39, pleaded guilty to 34 charges including fraud, theft, drug and driving offences between September 2009 and April last year. Of the fraud charges, 15 relate to activity in the bank account of Duingal man, Robert Pitman, who was found dead in his caravan after a fire last April. Magistrate Jennifer Batts told the Bundaberg Magistrates Court the facts of the case showed Janezic was someone who was willing to say and do anything when it suited him. She sentenced him to two-and-a-half years in jail, declaring 260 days already served, and disqualified him from driving for four years. He will be released on parole in March.

Date of article: Mon Jan 24, 2011
Source: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2011-01-24/man-jailed-for-crime-spree/1916468 Name of offender: Anton Michael Janezic
Stole more than $32,000, got charged for 34 offences between 2009 and 2011. Got sentenced to 2 and a half years in jail. His court hearing was held in the magistrates court.

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