Convicted this month

  • Mar. 17, 2008 1:00 p.m.

Convictions from provincial court in Queen Charlotte March 11. Richard L. Aiken received a seven-month conditional sentence, was ordered to pay a $50 victim surcharge and received a 10-year firearms prohibition for trafficking in a prohibited substance.. William H. Croft received a suspended sentence and one year probation for obstructing a peace officer, and a suspended sentence and one year probation for failing to comply with a probation order.. Warren Smith was sentenced to 70 days in jail for failing to comply with a condition.Convictions from provincial court in Masset March 12, 13 and 14. Malvin E. Brown received a suspended sentence and six months probation for possession of a prohibited substance.. Walker M. Dagenais was fined $500 for driving while prohibited.. Jay A. Gold was fined $100 for failing to comply with a condition of a licence under fishery regulations.. Carlee J. Johnson was fined $600 plus a victim surcharge of $90 and prohibited from driving for one year for driving with a blood-alcohol level over .08.. Jared K. Parnell was sentenced to jail time served (32 days) and one year probation for failing to comply with a probation order.. Randy T. Russ was fined $300 for being on board a commercial fishing vessel or engaging in commercial fishing without being registered under Pacific fishery regulations.. Jonathan E. Zoney was fined $1,600 plus a victim surcharge of $240 for four counts of failing to comply with a condition.. Anthony J. Bell was fined $600 plus a victim surcharge of $90 and prohibited from driving for one year for driving with a blood-alcohol level over .08.. Casey W.G. Brown received a suspended sentence and six months probation for failing to comply with a probation order.. Percy J. Crosby was fined $750 plus a victim surcharge of $112.50 and prohibited from driving for one year for driving while impaired.. Jody L. Fletcher received a conditional discharge and 12 months probation for mischief.. Philip Orum received 90 days in jail and was prohibited from driving for three years for driving while impaired. He also received 90 days in jail for driving while suspended.. Harold D. Williams received a conditional discharge and six months probation for mischief.

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