GAMBLING debts led a young father to buy several stolen caravans cheaply before rebirthing and selling them using a legal loophole.
The man was caught when a woman negotiating to buy one of the caravans went to police after becoming suspicious.
He was investigated and charged in relation to four stolen caravans worth more than $115,000.
Daniel John David Wood went before Ipswich District Court for sentence this week, – three years after his crimes were committed.
Wood, 34, from Augustine Heights, pleaded guilty to seven charges, including four of unlawful possession of caravans; fraud; aggravated fraud; and producing dangerous drugs.
He pleaded guilty to summary charges of unlawful use; and possession of property used in a drug offence….
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