Man who drunkenly urinated on a Coodanup property appears in Mandurah Magistrates Court

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A DRUNK man urinated in the garden of a Coodanup home and then ripped out a CCTV camera from the property.

Tyrone Shannon Ugle (21), who appeared in Mandurah Magistrates Court via video link from Casuarina prison, pleaded guilty to damaging a CCTV camera, eaves and gutter and without lawful excuse after he trespassed on a Coodanup property.

Ugle is already serving a prison sentence for burglary, assault and stealing charges. He will be eligible for parole in November this year.

Police prosecutor Neville Palmer said Ugle trespassed on the front yard of a Coodanup property at 5am on April 27, 2018.

Ugle walked around the property and urinated in the garden.

Police said Ugle then retrieved stones he had in his pocket and threw them at the front door of the home.

Police said Ugle then walked up to a CCTV camera and ripped it out and damaged the eaves and gutter.

The victim woke up, went outside and saw Ugle up on the roof. Ugle jumped off the roof, went over the fence and ran away.

Police identified Ugle through the CCTV footage and he was charged.

Duty lawyer Gregory Chin said Ugle had no recollection of the offences as he was intoxicated at the time but accepted the facts.

Mr Chin said Ugle had issues with alcohol.

Magistrate Anne Longden said Ugle was acting consistently with offences he was already in prison for.

Magistrate Longden sentenced Ugle to a one-month jail for each offence to be served concurrently.