A West Albury man's "very serious criminal history" has him in the firing line for more jail time over a string of deceptions.
Magistrate Richard Funston highlighted how Lukas Lee Hines had already served several jail terms, "some lengthy".
The 24-year-old will be subject to a sentence assessment report while he continues to be held in custody, bail refused.
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His case has been one of several like matters in Albury Local Court in recent weeks, where a car has been broken into, a wallet containing debit cards taken and then a series of purchases carried out using the cards.
In Hines' matter, the Hibiscus Crescent resident was charged with receiving stolen property over a Hume Bank debit card and then several counts of dishonestly obtaining property by deception for using the card.
Allowing six weeks for the report to be prepared while Hines is in Junee jail, sentencing has been adjourned to July 15.
The court heard how a car parked outside the owner's Kenilworth Street, East Albury, home was broken into on March 3 about 6pm.
The thief threw a rock through the front driver's-side window and took a wallet.
That very same evening, Hines was picked up in West Albury by his co-offender.
The pair drove to the BWS liquor store in Lavington. Hines remained in the car as his mate went inside.
Soon after, just before 7.30pm, they went to the Lavington McDonald's restaurant, where Hines used the stolen debit card to buy food costing $17.30.
This pattern continued throughout the night.
Their purchases included $39.95 in cigarettes from Lavington Coles, a $96.90 outlay at the nearby Coles Express and a $138 spend at the Caltex Star Mart in Lavington.