Peace Region court docket Nov. 21 - 25

A look at what went on in Peace Region provincial courts for the week ending Nov. 25.

Fort St. John Law Courts: 

• Elizabeth Shaun Shepherd (born 1966) was fined $2,500 in restitution, given a conditional discharge, a six-month probation order, and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for breach of a probation order. 

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• Terri Lynn Wolfe (born 1978) was sentenced to one day in jail and one year probation for assault, one day in jail for two counts of breach of probation, all committed in Fort St. John. Wolfe was also assessed $300 in victim surcharges on the counts.

Fort Nelson Law Courts: 

• Jacqueline Koren Dennis (born 1974) was given a 14-day jail sentence, banned from driving for one year, and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for being in care or control of a vehicle or vessel while impaired.

• Nathaniel Woodrow Hewlett (born 1998) was fined $1,000, banned from driving for nine months, and ordered to pay a $300 victim surcharge a lesser included charge of driving without reasonable consideration. The initial charge was dangerous operation of a motor vehicle. 

• Bradley Allen Dennis Johnson (born 1986) was fined $500, banned from driving for one year, and ordered to pay a $75 victim surcharge for driving while prohibited/licence suspended.

• Trevor Curtis Tsakoza (born 1987) was fined $1,000 or ordered to pay a $300 victim surcharge for breach of a probation order. Tsakoza was further fined $1,000, given a 12-month driving ban, and ordered to pay another $300 victim surcharge for being in the care or control of a vehicle or vessel while impaired. 

• Harley James Fell (born 1996) was given a 12-month conditional sentence and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for being in the possession of a controlled substance.

• David Lee Walesky (born 1984) given a conditional discharge, a six-month probation order, and a $100 victim surcharge for one count of theft under $5,000.

• Ryan Eric Whitehead (born 1995) was ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for breach of a probation order.

• Adrian John Mearow (born 1995) was given a conditional discharge, a 12-month probation order, and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for causing a disturbance and wilfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer. 

• Gregory James Behn (born 1982) was given an 18-month probation order, a six-year firearms ban, ordered to submit a DNA sample, and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm. 

Dawson Creek Law Courts: 

• David K. Scott (born 1965) was handed a conditional discharge of 6 months, 6 months probation and a $100 victim surcharge after being found guilty of the lesser included offence of assault.

Tumbler Ridge Law Courts: 

• Connor L. Hunter (born 1992) was given a $100 fine and a $30 victim surcharge on a charge of failing to appear pursuant to a court order, and a fine of $100 and a $30 victim surcharge on a second charge of failing to appear pursuant to a court order.

—Matt Preprost, Jonny Wakefield

 

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