Before the judge: week of April 25

Vanderhoof Law Courts listings of the week, including cases from Fraser Lake and Fort St. James

Jessica Mae Antoine is found guilty for uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm in Fort St. James on Dec. 9 last year.

Nicholas Ryan Basil is found guilty for possessing a weapon for dangerous purposes in Tachie on April 9.

Dax Alexander Haskell is charged for two counts of uttering threats, assaults, break-and-entering to commit indictable offences in Fort St. James on Sept. 25 last year. He will next appear in court on May 16.

Hank Able John is found guilty for two counts of assault in Fort St. James on March 20.

He is also charged for unlawful confinement or imprisonment on Dec. 1 last year, as well as robbery and causing bodily harm by assault on April 21 in Fort St. James. He will next appear in court on May 16.

David Ponte is charged for producing a controlled substance, attempting to choke an individual to overcome resistance, assault, forcible confinement without lawful authority, and uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm in Fraser Lake on March 27. He will next appear in court on June 13.

Robin Alvin Prince is found guilty for assault in Fort St. James on Oct. 29 last year.

Sanford Peter Quaw is found guilty for assault in Vanderhoof on Feb. 4.

Sampson Nathan Raphael is charged for assault, uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm, and extortion in Vanderhoof on Feb. 22. He will next appear in court on May 9.

Darren Caley Daniel Sundman and Kurtis Riley Sundman are charged for assault in Vanderhoof on Dec. 20 of 2014. Darren is also charged for uttering threats and Kurtis is also charged for assault with a weapon. They will next appear in court on May 10.

Joseph Peter Thomas is found guilty for uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm in Vanderhoof on Dec. 29 last year.

James Douglas Thomson is charged for driving while he was prohibited from doing so on Jan. 25 in Fraser Lake. He will next appear in court on June 13.

Joseph Wayne Willard is found guilty for uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm on Jan. 22 in Fraser Lake.

Stephanie Joan Boychuk is charged for failure or refusal to provide a sample of her breath or blood when she is suspected of impaired driving in Vanderhoof on Jan. 30. She will next appear in court on June 13.

Jordan Ingo, Jason, and Jordan Thomas Butler are charged for aggravated assault in Fraser Lake on Mar. 23. They will next appear in court on June 13.

Sabrina Joan David is charged for driving while she was prohibited from doing so on Jan. 30 in Vanderhoof.

Hoa Hung Duong and Ly Sau Phuc are charged for possession for the purpose of trafficking in Fraser Lake on Feb. 6. They will next appear in court on June 13.

Dale John Elias is charged for the careless use or storage, as well as the unauthorized possession, of a firearm in Vanderhoof on May 24 last year. He will next appear in court on May 9.

Ronald Paul Konowalchuk is charged for aggravated assault on March 25 in Fraser lake. He will next appear in court on May 9.

Desiree Dawn Patrick is charged for dangerous and impaired driving causing death, operating a motor vehicle while disqualified, and theft of a motor vehicle in Fraser Lake and Fort Fraser on Oct. 3 last year. She will next appear in court on June 13.

Mikel Seth Scopes is charged for uttering threats on March 7 in Fraser Lake. He will next appear in court on June 15.

Ronald James Sukkau is charged for driving while he was prohibited from doing so on March 10 in Vanderhoof. He will next appear in court on June 13.

Jordan Dominic Toulon is charged for aggravated assault and willfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer in Fraser Lake on March 23. He will next appear in court on June 13.

An individual, whose name has not been released due to a publication ban, is found guilty of sexual assault in Vanderhoof. He or she is sentenced to 60 days in jail and a 10-year prohibition from possessing firearms.

Brian David Little is found guilty for theft under $5,000 in Vanderhoof on June 14 last year.

 

– with files from the Ministry of Justice

 

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