Sentences handed out in Fort St. John, Dawson Creek, and Chetwynd provincial courts for the week ending August 23, 2019.
Fort St. John Law Courts
• Lance William Simpson (born 1978) was given a two-year conditional sentence with a three-year probation order, along with a 10-year firearm ban, and an order to provide a DNA sample on charges of assault, possessing a firearm with an altered serial number, careless use or storage of a firearm, and possessing a prohibited firearm.
• Riley Terence Brown (born 1991) was fined $1,000 and given a one-year criminal driving ban for impaired driving.
• Terrance David Steele (born 1973) was given a suspended sentence with a four-month probation order for break and enter and committing an indictable offence.
•Vahid Asli-Aghdasi (born 1976) entered into a one-year, $1,000 peace bond for causing fear of injury or damage.
• Scott Ryan Lloyd (born 1983) was granted a conditional discharge with a one-year probation order for assault.
• Derek Keith Mannette (born 1976) was granted a conditional discharge with an eight-month probation order for breaching probation.
• Matthew Luke McIsaac (born 1978) was handed a one year probation order on three counts of breaching probation. McIsaac was handed a one-year probation order on two counts of breaching an undertaking.
• Dustin Ryan Shadow (born 1994) was granted a conditional discharge with a one-year probation order for causing a disturbance, and two counts of breaching an undertaking.
Dawson Creek Law Courts
• Garrett Clark McNolty (born 1985) was sentenced to 30 days jail for dangerous operation of a vehicle. McNolty was sentenced to 30 days in jail for breaching probation. McNolty was sentenced to 30 days jail on a second charge of breaching probation. McNolty was sentenced to 30 days jail for breach of undertaking.
• Justin James Paquette (born 1988) was granted a conditional discharge and given a one-year probation order for breaching a recognizance.
Chetwynd Law Courts
• Tyrell James Collins (born 1988) was granted a 36-day conditional sentence with an 11-month probation order for a charge of breaking and entering, and committing an indictable offence.