A Geraldton man who stole a car and $2000 worth of items from a home before breaking into an Ampol service station, breaching an intensive supervision order in the process, has been given a suspended sentence after expressing a willingness to seek treatment. Harley Joseph Marlin Calyun, 21, took part in a crime spree on December 17 in which he and a group of co-offenders broke into a property in Wandina between 12.30am and 2.30am and stole items including car keys, a wedding ring, watches and a knife. Calyun and the other offenders used the keys to steal the victim’s car, which they drove to an Ampol service station in Glenfield. They smashed windows to gain access to the station and stole goods such as cigarettes, food and sunglasses worth $200 before driving away in the stolen vehicle. Police prosecutor Sergeant Ross Gray said Calyun made full admissions in a police interview after being arrested, saying he did the crimes because he was drunk. Sgt Gray also said Calyun had cooperated fully with police and helped recover the stolen items. Calyun was on an intensive supervision order at the time of the offences after being convicted of three burglary charges in September 2022. Calyun was convicted on February 9 and appeared in Geraldton Magistrates Court on March 20, where he was sentenced. His lawyer Kate Summers said he needed counselling for drug and alcohol issues. Sgt Gray said he believed a suspended sentence was appropriate given Calyun’s willingness to receive treatment. Magistrate Angus Hockton acknowledged Calyun accepted responsibility and gave him a 12-month suspended sentence.