Last week in court

  • Feb. 20, 2006 9:00 a.m.

Masset provincial court:
o Christopher D. Amos was convicted of assault and uttering threats. He received a conditional sentence of 45 days, and an 18-month probation order, and was ordered to provide a DNA sample.
o Noel J. Williams was convicted of failing to comply with a condition, failing to comply with an undertaking and theft. He was sentenced to jail time already served of 10 days, and one year probation.
o Murray V. Brown was fined $1,000 plus a victim surcharge of $150 for driving while prohibited.
o Natasha R. Wilson was fined $1,000 plus a victim surcharge of $150 for two counts of driving while prohibited.

Queen Charlotte provincial:
o Aretha I. Edgars was convicted of failing to comply with a condition and received a suspended sentence with a probation order of 18 months.
o William Yovanovich was convicted of unlawfully killing wildlife (not open season) and fined $900 plus a victim surcharge of $100.

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