While Kilrane said he had a certain sympathy for Flynn given the circumstances outlined, he added that he had been given a lot of chances in the past and warned the defendant that "this type of larceny is going to have to stop."
He imposed a two month prison sentence on Flynn, suspended for two years on condition that he not be convicted of an indictable offence within that period.
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