Court Docket: October 7-11

Sentences and fines from Fort St. John and Dawson Creek provincial courts for the week ending Oct. 11, 2019:

Fort St. John

• Tyson James Kage Maurice (born 1997) was sentenced to 198 days jail, issued a 10-year firearms ban, issued an 18-month probation order, and ordered to provide a DNA sample for trafficking in a controlled substance for an offence committed in Dawson Creek in November 2015.

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• Darcy Alphonse Kergan (born 1959) was sentenced to 42 days jail and issued a three-year probation order on two counts of theft under $5,000 for offences committed in Fort St. John in September 2019. Kergan was sentenced to 45 days jail and issued a three year probation order for theft under $5,000 for an offence committed in Fort St. John in October 2019.

Dawson Creek

• William Henry Teichroeb (born 1989) was granted a 15-month conditional sentence with a 12-month probation order for fraud for an offence committed in Dawson Creek in June 2018. Teichroeb was granted a 15-month conditional sentence with a 12-month probation order for possessing and using a stolen credit card, and sentenced to time served and ordered to provide a DNA sample for theft over $5,000 for offences committed in Chetwynd in April 2018. Teichroeb was granted a 15-month conditional sentence with a 12-month probation order for possessing and using a stolen credit card, and theft under $5,000 for offences committed in Dawson Creek in July 2018. Teichroeb was jailed for seven days for breach of undertaking. Teichroeb was granted a 15-month conditional sentence with a 12-month probation order for theft under $5,000 for an offence committed in Chetywnd in May 2019. Teichroeb was sentenced to seven days jail for failing to appear pursuant to a court order. Teichroeb was granted a 15-month conditional sentence with a 12-month probation order for possessing and using a stolen credit card; sentenced to time served and ordered to provide a DNA sample for theft over $5,000; and sentenced to seven days jail for breach of undertaking for offences committed in Dawson Creek in April 2018.

• Sheldon Jeremy Caldwell (born 1971) was sentenced to four days jail and issued a 12-month probation order for theft of a motor vehicle, and break and enter. Caldwell was sentenced to 15 days jail for failing to appear pursuant to court order, and 15 days jail for breach of probation.

• Jesse William Freeman (born 1992) was sentenced to 21 days jail and issued a 12 month probation order for wilfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer. Freeman was issued a 12-month probation order for possession of firearm contrary to order. Freeman was sentenced to 13 days jail for two breaches of an undertaking. Freeman was issued a 12-month probation order for taking vehicle without owner's consent and driving while disqualified.

• Amanda Ryan Garbitt (born 1979) was granted a conditional discharge with a six-month probation order for assault.

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

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