Court Docket, March 16-20

Sentences and fines handed out in provincial courts for the week ending March 20, 2020:

Fort St. John

• Branden Chase Miskenack (born 1992) was sentenced to zero days, issued a 12-month probation order and 10-year firearms ban, and ordered to submit for DNA sampling for assault causing bodily hard, and was sentenced to zero days with 12 months probation for theft $5000 or under, both committed in Fort St. John in October 2016. Miskenack was sentenced to zero days for mischief $5000 or under, and was issued a one-year $500 recognizance after allegation of causing fear of injury or damage, both committed in Fort St. John in November 2018.

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• Paige Evelynn Adams (born 1993) was sentenced to zero days and 12 months probation for theft $5000 or under, committed in Fort St. John in November 2019; sentenced to zero days and 12 months probation for theft $5000 or under, committed in Fort St. John in November 2019; sentenced to zero days and 12 months probation for mischief and being in a dwelling without a lawful excuse, committed in Taylor in October 2019; sentenced to zero days and 12 months probation for uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm, committed in Taylor in October 2019; sentenced to zero days and 12 months probation, issued a 10-year firearms ban, and ordered to submit for DNA sampling for assaulting a police officer; sentenced to zero days and 12 months probation for theft $5000 or under, uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm; and was fined $500, issued a 12-month probation order and driving ban, and ordered to pay a $75 victim surcharge for driving while prohibited, all committed in Hudson's Hope in June 2019; sentenced to zero days with 12 months probation for carrying a concealed or prohibited weapon and mischief, both committed in Fort St. John in June 2019; sentenced to zero days with 12 months of probation for theft $5000 or under and assault, both committed in Fort St. John in May 2019; sentenced to zero days with 12 months probation for theft $5000 or under, committed in Fort St. John in May 2019; was fined $500, given a one-year driving ban, and ordered to pay a $75 victim surcharge for driving while prohibited/licence suspended, committed in Fort St. John in April 2019.

• Donald James Bartlett (born 1980) was sentenced to zero days for assault; zero days for uttering threats to burn, destroy, or damage; zero days for uttering threats to kill an animal, all committed in Fort St. John in June 2017.

• Daniel Kenneth Preston (born 1978) was sentenced to zero days and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for wilfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer, committed in Fort St. John in March 2020.

Email Managing Editor Matt Preprost at editor@ahnfsj.ca.

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