Convictions in court

  • Jul. 23, 2007 9:00 a.m.

Queen Charlotte provincial court, July 17 . Douglas R. Crosby received three months probation and a suspended sentence after pleading guilty to a charge of possession of a controlled substance. Masset provincial court, July 18 and 19 . Tina D. Bell received six months probation and a suspended sentence for assault. . Wilson E.S. Brown was fined $1,000 and prohibited from driving for one year for dangerous driving. . Christina D. Edgars received 18 months probation and was fined $50 plus a victim surcharge of $7.50 for assault. . Joseph A. Shannon received one year probation, was fined $800 and prohibited from driving for one year for driving while impaired. . Joseph F. Abrahams was fined $700 plus a victim surcharge of $105 and prohibited from driving for one year for driving with a blood-alcohol level over .08. . Anthony J. Bell received a conditional discharge, six months probation and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of $50 for failing to comply with an undertaking.

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