Peace Region court docket: Jan. 30-Feb. 3

A look at what happened in Northeast B.C. courts for the week ending Feb. 3. There were no cases up for disposition in Fort Nelson, Hudson’s Hope, Chetwynd, or Tumbler Ridge.

 

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Fort St. John Law Courts

• Star Marie Payou (born 1983) was given a 12-day jail sentence, and assessed a $100 victim surcharge on a charge of breach of probation. 

• Keith Gordon Hamm (born 1969) was fined $2,000, handed a 12-month probation order, and assessed a $600 victim surcharge for one count of a common nuisance endangering a life.

• Ryan Kelly Olofson (born 1993) was handed a 3-month driving ban, and assessed a $50 victim surcharge on a lesser charge of driving while prohibited/licence suspended.

• Rodney Scott Sellars (born 1966) was given a conditional discharge, handed a 12-month probation order, and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for one count of possession of a controlled substance.

• Ghislain Leonard Cormier (born 1996) was fined $500, and assessed a $150 victim surcharge on a charge of breach of probation.

• Anna Camilla Krasemann (born 1987) was handed a 6-month probation order with a suspended sentence, and assessed a victim surcharge of $100, for one count of breach of undertaking or recognizance. On a charge of breach of undertaking or recognizance, Krasemann was given a 6-month probation order with a suspended sentence, and assessed a $100 victim surcharge.

• Travis Jay Tarry (born 1990) was handed a 12-month conditional sentence and assessed $100 victim surcharge for two counts of wilfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer. On a charge of assault of a peace officer, Tarry was given a 12-month conditional sentence and assessed victim surcharge of $100.

• Dwayne Leon Testawitch (born 1971) was fined $1,000, handed a one-year driving ban, and assessed a $150 victim surcharge for one count of driving with a suspended licence. For one count of driving with a suspended/prohibited licence, Testawitch was fined another $1,000, handed a one-year driving ban, and assessed a victim surcharge of $100.

 

Dawson Creek Law Courts

• Brian D. Oswald (born 1968) was given a zero-day jail sentence and a $100 victim surcharge on a charge of breach of undertaking. On a charge of intimidation by watching a dwelling house, Oswald was given a zero-day jail sentence and a $100 victim surcharge.

• Tyler T. Rafuse (born 1980) was given 30-day jail sentence and a $100 victim surcharge on a charge of breach of undertaking or recognizance. On a charge of breach of undertaking or recognizance, Rafuse was given a 30-day jail sentence and a $100 victim surcharge. Refuse was given a 30-day jail sentence and a $100 victim surcharge on a charge of breach of undertaking or recognizance.

• Joseph A. Isaac (born 1984) was ordered to give a DNA sample, given a zero-day jail sentence, a 12-month probation order and a $100 victim surcharge on a charge of assault. On a charge of mischief $5,000 or under, Isaac was given a zero-day jail sentence, 12 months probation and a $100 victim surcharge. He was given zero-days in jail, a $100 victim surcharge and 12 months probation on a charge of mischief $5,000 or under.

• Travis J. Tarry (born 1990) was given a 12-month conditional sentence, conditions and a $100 victim surcharge on a charge of assault. Tarry was given a 12-month conditional sentence, conditions and a $100 victim surcharge on a charge of assault Peace Officer. On a charge of breach or undertaking, Tarry was handed a nine-month conditional sentence, conditions and a $100 victim surcharge.

• Coty S. Auger (born 1988) was given a suspended sentence, a one-year probation order and a $100 victim surcharge on a charge of possession of stolen property under $5,000.

• Damian P. Clavier (born 1985) was given a $500 fine, a forfeiture and a $150 victim surcharge on a charge of possessing a firearm without licence or registration. On a charge of possession of a controlled substance, Clavier was given a six-month conditional discharge, six months probation and a $100 victim surcharge.

• Ruth E. Ellis (born 1949) was vice a zero-day jail sentence, a one-year probation order and a $100 victim surcharge on a charge of uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm. On a charge of willfully resisting or obstructing a Peace Officer, Ellis was given a zero-day jail sentence, one-year probation and a $100 victim surcharge. Ellis was given a zero-day jail sentence, one-year of probation and a $100 victim surcharge on a charge of uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm.

• Grady L. Hunter (born 1994) was given a zero-day jail sentence, a one year probation order and a $100 victim surcharge on a charge of breach of undertaking or recognizance. Hunter was given zero days in jail, one year’s probation and a $100 victim surcharge on a charge of assault.

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