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Prince George court report Dec. 11-15

 

In Prince George Provincial Court December 11:

Matthew R.S. Lozon was sentenced to 30 days in jail and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for breach of probation. Lozon was also sentenced to 82 days in jail, put on probation for a year, and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for theft.

Richard J. Smaaslet was sentenced to 19 days in jail and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge on each of two counts of breach of probation.

Tyrone J. Williams was sentenced to 60 days in jail and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for possession of property obtained by crime. Williams was also sentenced to 96 days in jail and ordered to pay a 100 victim surcharge for assault.

Corina L. Beauchamp was put on probation for one year and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for theft.

Craig D. Bellam was sentenced to one day in jail, put on probation for a one year and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for theft. Bellam was sentenced to five days in jail and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for failing to comply with a probation order.

In Prince George Provincial Court December 12:

Coulter D. Gould was fined $1,000, ordered to pay a $150 victim surcharge, and is prohibited from driving for one year for a Motor Vehicle Act infraction.

Reggie M. Patrick was put on probation for one year and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose.

Raven A. Williams was fined $1,000, ordered to pay a $300 victim surcharge, and is prohibited from driving for one year for refusing to provide a breath sample.

In Prince George Provincial Court December 13:

Gregory H. Bobb was sentenced to nine days in jail, put on probation for one year, and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for assault. Bobb was also sentenced to 27 days in jail and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for breach of probation. He was also sentenced to 27 days in jail and ordered to pay a $300 victim surcharge for failing to comply with the conditions of an undertaking or recognizance.

Sebastian G. Goudreau was sentenced to 169 days in jail, put on probation for one year, ordered to surrender a DNA sample, and pay a $200 victim surcharge for breaking and entering and committing an indictable offence therein.

Stacy L. Leglace was sentenced to 97 days in jail, put on probation for three years, is prohibited from driving for five years, and ordered to pay a $200 victim surcharge for driving while disqualified. She was also sentenced to 14 days in jail and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for failing to attend court. LaGlace was also sentenced to 37 days in jail, prohibited from driving for five years, fined $500 and ordered to pay a $75 victim surcharge for driving while her licence was suspended.

Gregory G. Wale was sentenced to 45 days in jail, put on probation for one year and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for uttering threats.

Matthew R.W. White was sentenced to one day in jail and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for breach of probation.

Joshua J. Wisselink was sentenced to one day in jail and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for breach of probation.

In Prince George Provincial Court December 14:

Kolby J.W. Yax was sentenced to 121 days in jail, put on probation for 18 months, ordered to provide a DNA sample and ordered to pay a $200 victim surcharge for assault causing bodily harm.

In Prince George Provincial Court December 15:

Taylor G. Hughson was sentenced to 12 days in jail, put on probation for one year, and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for breach of probation. Hughson was also sentenced to seven days in jail, put on probation for one year, and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for fraudulently obtaining food, beverage, or accommodation.

Jason G. Mease was sentenced to 30 days in jail and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for failing to comply with a notice to appear.

Joann Monk was sentenced to 15 days in jail, put on probation for 18 months, and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for theft and 12 days in jail on a second theft charge.

Robert R. Prettie was sentenced to 50 days in jail and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for mischief.

Adam J. Stayko was sentenced to three days in jail and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for breach of probation. Stayko was also sentenced to 45 days in jail, put on probation for one year, and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for theft.

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