Here is what happened in Peace Region courts for the week ending June 3.
Fort St. John Law Courts:
• Ann Marie Capot Blanc (born 1981) was sentenced to 18 months probation, given a 10-year firearms ban, ordered to provide a DNA sample, and issued $200 in victim surcharges for one count of assault with a weapon, one count of possession of stolen property under $5,000, and one count of breaching an undertaking or recognizance.
• Kelly Ward Dressler (born 1959) was given a conditional discharge, sentenced to six months probation, and handed a $100 victim surcharge for one count of theft $5,000 or under.
• Darren Dwayne Kennedy (born 1970) was sentenced to one year of probation and handed $200 in victim surcharges for one charge of assault.
• Kalum Curtis Sun Kim (born 1995) was sentenced to one year of probation after which he will be given a suspended sentence, issued a 10-year ban from firearms possession, and handed a $100 victim surcharge for one count of possession for the purpose of trafficking. Kim was also sentenced to this same charge in April 2016.
• Thomas Erin O'Shea (born 1986) was sentenced to 36 months probation, handed a 10-year ban from firearms and ordered to pay $200 in victim surcharges for one count uttering threats and one count breach of an undertaking or recognizance.
Dawson Creek Law Courts:
• William Ray Rash (born 1994) was sentenced to jail time served and a $100 victim surcharge for one count of breaching his probation stemming from an earlier charge of arson damaging property July 2014 in Dawson Creek.
• Dalena Jeanette Belcourt (born 1987) was sentenced to 171 days in jail and handed $700 in victim surcharges for five counts of theft $5,000 or under, one charge of failing to appear pursuant to a court order, and one count of breaching probation that stemmed from a January 2015 charge of theft $5,000 or under.
• Donald Everet Guay (born 1957) was sentenced to one year of probation, issued a $1,500 fine and a $450 victim surcharge after being found guilty of a lesser included charge of driving a motor vehicle without due care and attention. The original charge was care or control of a vehicle while impaired.
• Tammy Lynn Platts (born 1968) was issued a $150 fine and a $45 victim surcharge for one count of possession of stolen property under $5,000.