Vanderhoof, Fort St. James court cases during Dec. 3 week

A list of Vanderhoof and Fort St. James cases that have a first appearance, or a trial scheduled or ended, in law courts of the area:

A list of Vanderhoof and Fort St. James cases that have a first appearance, or a trial scheduled or ended, in chronological order of hearing in law courts of the area:

 

Jarret David Anatole is charged for impaired driving and driving while prohibited from doing so in Fort St. James on Feb. 6. He is issued a bench warrant for failing to appear in Fort St. James Provincial Court on Dec. 5.

Daniel Jordan Daley is found guilty of causing fear of injury/damage in another person in Fort St. James on Aug. 1. He is fined $500, with promise to be on good behaviour for 12 months.

Irvin Kelsey Joseph is found guilty of committing assault in Prince George on Dec. 14 and in Fort St. James on Feb. 13. He received probation order for two years.

Gene Euphrasia Sagalon is found guilty of driving while prohibited from doing so in Fort St. James on Aug. 28. She is fined $500 and is prohibited from driving for a year.

Jason Lenard Keom Selzler is found guilty of driving while prohibited from doing so in Fort St. James on Aug. 11. He is fined $500 and is prohibited from driving for a year.

Gary Vernon West is found guilty of causing mischief involving property valued at $5,000 or under in Fort St. James on Sept. 1. He received probation order for a year.

Clayton Cameron is charged for committing assault in Fort St. James on April 2. He is issued a bench warrant for failing to appear in Fort St. James Provincial Court for trial on Dec. 6.

Kellianne Ellen Ouimet is charged for committing assault with a weapon in Fraser Lake on Dec. 1. She will be in Vanderhoof Law Courts for her first appearance on Jan. 23.

Sheena Ashley John is found guilty of possessing property obtained by crime in Fort St. James on March 3. She received probation order for a year.

Dean Mark Johnstone is charged for assault causing assault, uttering threats storage of firearm contrary to regulation, possessing a weapon for dangerous purpose, possession of controlled substances, and other related charges in Fort St. James and Prince George on Oct. 17 and 18 last year. He will be tried in Prince George Law Courts on March 6.

Brittany Leanna Monk is charged for possessing controlled substances in Fort St. James on May 4. She will be tried in Fort St. James Provincial Court on April 18.

Jamie Dean Prince is charged for uttering threats in Fort St. James on Sept. 15. He will be tried in Fort St. James Provincial Court on May 11.

Darwin Lee Felix is found guilty of committing assault in Fort St. James on Oct. 30. He is jailed for nine days, receiving probation order for a year.

Aidan Wesley MacDonald is found guilty of causing mischief involving property worth $5,000 or under in Vanderhoof on April 10. He is jailed 37 days and will be tried for his charges on possessing controlled substances in Vanderhoof Law Courts on Dec. 16.

Jessica Mae Antoine and Tanya Catherine Joseph are charged for theft valued at $5,000 or under in Fort St. James on Sept. 11. Joseph is also charged for possessing stolen property valued at $5,000 or under. They will be tried in Fort St. James Provincial Court on Aug. 1.

Antoine Richard Felix is charged for committing assault in Tachie on Aug. 14. He will be tried in Fort St. James Provincial Court on April 18.

George Jonas Morris is charged for committing sexual assault in Fort St. James on April 29. He will be tried in Fort St. James Provincial Court on June 6.

Jonathan Keith Rivard is charged for impaired and dangerous driving in Fort St. James on May 15. He will be tried in Fort St. James Provincial Court on May 11.

Carmelita Louise Abraham is found guilty of possessing stolen property in Vanderhoof on Nov. 2. She received probation order for 12 months.

Justin Paul Lessard is found guilty of causing mischief involving property worth $5,000 or under on Oct. 23 and committing assault on Dec. 6 in Fort St. James. He received probation order for 12 months.

 

– with files from the Ministry of Justice