Court Docket: September 4 - 7

A summary of sentences and fines handed out in Northeast B.C. courts for the week ending Sept. 7, 2018.

Fort St John Law Courts

• Anthony Armstrong Lenfesty (born 1977) was sentenced to 21 days in jail, handed a 12-month probation order, and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for assault. Lenfesty received another 10 days in jail, was handed a second 12-month probation order, and was assessed a $100 victim surcharge for breach of undertaking. Lenfesty was sentenced to another five days in jail and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for a second breach of undertaking.

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• Darius Melvin Paynton (born 1979) was sentenced to 30 days in jail, given nine months of probation, handed a 18-month criminal driving ban, and assessed a $200 victim surcharge for causing an accident resulting in bodily harm.

• Hunter Douglas Braun (born 1997) was fined $1,000, handed a 12-month criminal driving ban, and assessed a $300 victim surcharge for care or control vehicle or vessel while impaired. Braun was handed an additional two-month conditional sentence and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for dangerous operation of a motor vehicle.

• Michael John Fraser (born 1966) was fined $1,000, handed twelve months of probation and assessed a $300 victim surcharge for possession of stolen property under $5,000.

• William James McWhirter (born 1979) was fined $2,000, handed a one-year criminal driving ban, and assessed a $600 victim surcharge for fleeing from a peace officer.

• Nathan Adrien Clark (born 1971) was fined $500, handed a one-year driving ban, and assessed a $75 victim surcharge for driving with a suspended licence.

• Camille Lillian Caslick (born 1992) was handed a year of probation with a conditional discharge and assessed a $100 victim surcharge each for a count of fraud, using a forged document, and breach of undertaking.

Dawson Creek Law Courts

• Jody Lorne Hall (born 1971) was fined $500, given a one-year driving ban, and assessed a $75 victim surcharge for driving with a suspended licence.

Chetwynd Law Courts

• Clifford Jimmy Apsassin Jr. (born 1971) was sentenced to 28 days in jail, fined $500, handed a one-year driving ban, and assessed a $75 victim surcharge for driving with a suspended licence.

• Chace Robert Martin (born 1994) was fined $500 and assessed a $75 victim charge for driving with a suspended licence.

• Tara-Lee Ann Wells (born 1981) was handed six months of probation with a suspended sentence, and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for breaching probation.

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