A Bunbury man who committed aggravated burglary and stealing offences while under the influence of alcohol and drugs was given a second chance in Bunbury Magistrate’s Court last week. Dimitri Fitzpatrick appeared via video link on Thursday when he pleaded guilty to stealing and an aggravated burglary and commit charge. Police prosecutor Sgt Jo Morrissey said between 11pm September 16 and 2am September 17 last year, Fitzpatrick along with three co-accused, broke into a business where they stole tools and equipment worth about $2000. A community corrections officer told the court Fitzpatrick was under the influence of alcohol and cannabis coupled with his bipolar medication and said he claimed it was “peer pressure” that made him take part. “He clearly has some treatment needs with alcohol and cannabis use.” The court was told Fitzpatrick was remorseful and had accepted full responsibility for his actions. Defence lawyer Michael Devlin said Fitzpatrick had already served a “substantial term” after spending 166 days remanded in custody and had some “mental health issues and problems”. Online the Dalyellup College graduate appears to be outspoken about his mental health struggles. Magistrate Stephen Wilson told Fitzpatrick distinctions could be drawn between him and his co-accused, one of whom had been sentenced to five months in jail. “This is your first time being in this sort of serious trouble,” Mr Wilson said. Mr Wilson said Fitzpatrick would require counselling for both psychological and drug issues and sentenced him to a six-month intensive supervision order and supervision program.