A Broome man has been handed a suspended prison sentence after spraying a stolen fire extinguisher around a service station forecourt in May last year. Christopher James Bin Kali fronted Broome Magistrates Court via video link from Casuarina Prison on February 13 and was sentenced to an 18-month suspended sentence after pleading guilty to a stealing and an aggravated burglary charge. The court was told Bin Kali approached an already damaged window at BP Shinju on the night of May 8, 2022, and damaged the window further until he could reach inside the service station. Bin Kali then stole several bottles of soft drink before reaching back through the window and also taking a fire extinguisher that was attached to the wall. He then walked out into the service station forecourt and sprayed the fire extinguisher around the area before fleeing in a vehicle. Bin Kali was later arrested and has been remanded in custody since. After reading Bin Kali’s psychological report, magistrate Deen Potter said he recognised Bin Kali had serious mental health challenges which may have factored into his offending.