Before the judge: week of July 4

Vanderhoof and Fort St. James cases heard in law courts of the area

Vanderhoof and Fort St. James cases in chronological order of hearing in law courts of the area:

 

Patrick Willy George is found not guilty of sexual assault in Vanderhoof on Sept. 4 and 7 last year.

Jessica Mae Antoine is found guilty of breaching probation order in Fort St. James on May 22. She will next appear in Fort St. James Provincial Court on July 18.

Victor West is charged for causing in another person fear of injury or damage in Fort St. James on Jan. 24. He will appear for trial in Fort St. James Provincial Court on Dec. 6.

Jordan Julius Joseph is charged for aggravated assault, assault with a weapon, possessing a weapon for dangerous purpose, bail violations, and breaching probation order in Fort St. James on Nov. 28 last year. He will next appear in Prince George Law Courts on July 12 to fix a trial date.

Reginald Edmond Kot is charged for possession of property obtained by crime, valued under $5,000, in Prince George on Nov. 12 and breaching conditional sentence order in Vanderhoof on July 1. He will next appear in Prince George Law Courts on July 19 for conditional sentence hearing.

Francis Henry Thomas is charged for assaulting and wilfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer in Fort St. James on June 30. He will next appear in Fort St. James Provincial Court on July 18.

Tracey Lynn John is charged for bail violations on June and July, and wilfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer on July 6 in Vanderhoof. She will next appear in Vanderhoof Law Courts on July 11.

Tod Willis Beeton is charged for assault with weapon or causing harm on Nov. 29, 2009. He will hear his charges in Fort St. James Provincial Court on July 18.

Bernice Christine Charlie is charged for assault and bail violations in Fort St. James on April 25. She will hear her charges in Fort St. James Provincial Court on Aug. 15.

Larry Mason Duncan is charged for the unauthorized possession of firearm in Takla Landing on Dec. 17, 2014. He will plead guilty before the judge in Fort St. James Provincial Court on July 18.

Jake Harvey Allen Felix is found guilty of bail violations, wilfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer, break-and-entering to commit indictable offence, mischief, and careless use or storage of a firearm in Fort St. James. He received a conditional sentence for nine months and is prohibited from firearms for five years.

Justin Alec Felix is charged for break-and-entering to commit indictable offence and disguising his face with intent to commit offence in Fort St. James on Oct. 18 last year. He has been issued a bench warrant for failing to appear in court on July 5.

Michael James Johnny is found not guilty of assault with a weapon in Fort St. James on Sept. 16 last year.

Jamie Kelly Joseph is found guilty for causing in another person fear of injury or damage in Takla Landing on Dec. 11 last year. Joseph is sentenced to keep peace for six months.

Jermaine Joseph is charged for assault in Fort St. James on May 9. He will hear his charges in Fort St. James Provincial Court on July 18.

Raphael John Joseph is charged with assault with a weapon and possessing a weapon for dangerous purposes in Fort St. James on Sept. 30 last year. He will next appear in Fort St. James Provincial Court for trial on Aug. 29.

An individual, whose identity is not released due to court order, is charged for inviting a person under the age of 16 to sexual touching, assault, and uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm in Fort St. James. He or she will next appear in court on Aug. 15.

Taylor James William Parker is charged for careless use or storage of a firearm, unauthorized possession of a firearm in Vanderhoof on July 17 last year. He is also charged for possessing a weapon for dangerous purpose, pointing a firearm, uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm, assault with a weapon, and bail violations on June 19. He will next appear for trial in Vanderhoof Law Courts on Aug. 8.

David Kenneth Gordon Pierre is found not guilty for assault in Fort St. James on July 11 last year.

Bartholomew Sam is found guilty of causing in another person fear of injury or damage in Fort St. James on April 9. He is sentenced to keep peace for six months.

Joshua Lamar Sam is charged for impaired driving in Fort St. James on May 1 last year. He has been issued a bench warrant for failing to appear in court for trial on July 5.

Dexter Mitchell Felix is found not guilty of breaching probation order nor failing to comply with sentence in Fort St. James on June 9.

 

– with files from the Ministry of Justice

 

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