Before the judge during the week of Sept. 12, 19

A list of Vanderhoof cases with a trial scheduled or ended, in chronological order of hearing in law courts of the area

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

 

Alfred Jones David is found guilty of committing assault in Vanderhoof on March 6. He is given a probation order and suspended sentence for 12 months.

Charged for the same incident, Adrian Leonard Carlson will be tried in Vanderhoof Law Courts on March 16.

Chad Thomas Quaw is found guilty for committing assault in Vanderhoof on Aug. 22. He is sentenced to jail for 57 days and a probation order for two years.

Richard Borne is charged for three counts of careless use or storage of a firearm and unauthorized possession of a firearm in Vanderhoof on Dec. 20, 2012. He will be tried in Vanderhoof Law Courts on Dec. 13.

Locklin Buchanan is charged for theft valued at $5,000 or under in Vanderhoof on March 28. He will be tried in Vanderhoof Law Courts on Feb. 7.

Dakota Eileen David is charged for assault and impaired driving in Vanderhoof on April 23. She will be tried in Vanderhoof Law Courts on April 11 and 25.

Sidney Joseph Everett is charged for mischief involving property worth $5,000 or under and driving without due care in Vanderhoof on Jan. 16. He will be tried in Vanderhoof Law Courts on Oct. 14.

Sandra Mae Nooski is charged for committing assault in Stellako on May 7. She will be tried in Fraser Lake Provincial Court on Jan. 3.

Molly Marie Bullock is charged for extortion, possession of weapons for dangerous purposes, uttering threats to cause death of bodily harm, assault with a weapon, and mischief involving property worth $5,000 or under in Vanderhoof on June 19. She would be in Vanderhoof Law Courts for her first appearance on Sept. 26.

Aaron Justin Raphael is charged for committing assault in Vanderhoof on May 29. He will be tried in Vanderhoof Law Courts on June 13.

Brandon Lee David Thomas is charged for mischief involving property worth $5,000 or under, as well as break-and-entering with intent to commit offence in Vanderhoof on March 13. He will be tried in Vanderhoof Law Courts on Feb. 21.

Colin Anthony Walker is charged for hunting wildlife out of season, unlawful possession of dead wildlife, allowing licence to be used by another person, and failing to remove edible portions of carcass in Vanderhoof on Oct. 17 last year. He will be tried in Vanderhoof Law Courts on April 11.

Tanya Catherine Joseph is charged for theft and possession of property worth $5,000 or under in Fort St. James on Sept. 11. She would be in Fort St. James Provincial Court for her first appearance on Nov. 14.

Kayne Sabbe Penner is charged for manslaughter using a firearm and careless use or storage of a firearm in Vanderhoof on Dec. 20. He is ordered to stand trial in a superior court.

Penner is also charged for assault and possessing a weapon for dangerous purposes in Vanderhoof on Aug. 4. He will be tried in Vanderhoof Law Courts on Feb. 21.

Charlene Madeline Redcrow is found guilty of causing in another person fear of injury or damage in Vanderhoof on Sept. 9. She is fined $500 with a promise to be on good behaviour for a year.

Darnel Courtney George is issued a bench warrant for failing to appear in Vanderhoof Law Courts for trial on Sept. 16. She is charged with three counts of probation order breaches.

Bernice Christine Charlie is charged for assault in Fort St. James on April 25. She will be tried in Fort St. James Provincial Court on Feb. 28.

Perry Andrew Charlie is found guilty of breaching probation order, not mischief, in Takla Landing on Aug. 27. He is sentenced to 19 days in jail and 12 months of probation order.

Charlene Madeline Redcrow is found guilty of causing in another person fear of injury or damage in Vanderhoof on Sept. 9. She is fined $500 with a promise to be on good behaviour for a year.

Kyle Andrew Edgeworth is charged for using prohibited methods, gear, or bait during close time in Fort St. James on July 3. He is issued a bench warrant for failing to appear in Fort St. James Provincial Court on Sept. 19.

Cindy Charlene Felix is charged for possessing stolen property worth under $5,000 in Fort St. James on June 19. She is issued a bench warrant for failing to appear in Fort St. James Provincial Court on Sept. 19.

Darcy Frederick Vaillant is charged for careless use or storage of a firearm, possessing weapons for dangerous purposes, possessing unauthorized non-firearms, and intentionally discharging a firearm while reckless in Fort St. James on May 7. He is issued a bench warrant for failing to appear in Fort St. James Provincial Court on Sept. 19.

Jean Murray Hill is found guilty of impaired driving in Fort St. James on Sept. 13, 2015. He is fined $1,000 and is prohibited from driving for a year.

Natasha Courtney Cameron is charged for assault with a weapon and possessing a weapon for dangerous purposes in Fort St. James on Dec. 25, 2015. She intends to plead guilty in Fort St. James Provincial Court on Oct. 3.

Jolynn Fay French is found guilty of causing in another person fear of injury or damage in Takla Landing on June 9, 2015. She is fined $500 with a promise to be on good behaviour for a year.

Damien Darrell Prince is found guilty of causing in another person fear of injury or damage in Fort St. James on Jan. 30. He is fined $500 with a promise to be on good behaviour for a year.

 

– with files from the Ministry of Justice

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