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Drug user jailed over pics

A DRUG addict with a long history of dishonesty has been jailed for two months after photos of stolen goods werefound on his mobile telephone.

Bronson Jennings, 40, of Livingston Court, Warrnambool,pleaded guilty in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court to handling stolen goods and dealing with the proceeds of crime.

Magistrate Ann McGarvie said Jennings had 12 pages of prior convictions relating to drug use and dishonesty offences.

Warrnambool’s Bronson Jennings has lodged an appeal after being jailed for two months.

She said he had to go up the sentencing ladder not down.

The magistrate jailed him for two months and ordered he pay $440 compensation.

Jennings appealed against the severity of the sentence and was released onbail until April18 for an appealhearingin thecounty court.

Defence counsel Xavier Farrelly said his client currently had a part-heard matter in the county court which had been deferred for sentencing until April.

He said Jennings had twice been part of the five-day-a-week Sliding Doors drug rehabilitation program and he had also spent 10 days in detox at aGeelong clinic.

Mr Farrelly said Jennings had recently had his bail conditions changed so he could attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.

Police said that between September 18 and 20 last year, a Warrnambool home was broken into at Monterey Court, about 350 meters from Jennings’ home.

A Samsung television, high-pressure washer and beer were stolen.

Police executed asearch warrantat Jennings’ home on September 25inan unrelated matter.

His mobile phone was examined and officers found images of the television and pressure washer.

Jennings blamed someone else for bringing the items to his home.

He said he saw a television but when he woke up the next day it was gone.Jennings said he knew it would have been stolen because the woman who brought it to his home would have been unable to payfor it.

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