Before the judge: week of June 27

Cases heard in Vanderhoof Law Courts during the week of June 27.

In chronological order of hearing in Vanderhoof Law Courts:

Dean Feierbend is found guilty for causing in another person fear of injury or damage in Vanderhoof on Feb. 26. He is fined $500 and is sentenced to six months of conditions.

Lanna Anezka Grundel is found guilty for breaching probation order in Vanderhoof in June. She is sentenced to 21 days in jail and 18 months of probation order.

Leroy Frederick John is charged for breaching probation order, as well as assaulting and wilfully resisting/obstructing a peace officer in Vanderhoof on June 23. He will next appear in Vanderhoof Law Courts on July 11.

Nicholas Norman John is found guilty for breaching probation order and wilfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer in Vanderhoof on May 28. He is sentenced to eight days in jail.

Daniel James Johnny is found guilty for breaching probation order in Fort St. James on June 18. He is sentenced to 30 days in jail.

Burton Steven Joseph is charged for sexual assault in Fort St James on May 26. He will next appear in Fort St. James Provincial Court on Aug. 15.

Kurt Harold Kristoffersen is found guilty for breaching probation order in Fort St James on June 23. He is sentenced to 10 days in jail.

Robert Damien Prince is found guilty for assault and breaching probation order in Fort St. James on June 18. He is sentenced to 75 days in jail and two years of probation order.

Ronald James Sukkau is found guilty for causing in another person fear of injury or damage and breaching probation order in Vanderhoof on June 18. He is also found guilty for driving while prohibited from doing so on March 10 and May 25. He is fined $750 and is sentenced to one year of conditions, including prohibition from driving.

Francis Alexis is charged for breaching probation order in Vanderhoof on June 2. He will next appear in Vanderhoof Law Courts on July 11.

Victor Charles Burt is charged for driving while his driver’s license is suspended in Fort Fraser on April 30. He will next appear in Vanderhoof Law Courts on Aug. 8.

Adam David Paul Crossan is charged for impaired driving in Vanderhoof on Feb. 14. He will next appear in Vanderhoof Law Courts on July 11.

Sabrina Joan David is charged for driving while her driver’s license is suspended in Vanderhoof on Jan. 30. She will next appear in Vanderhoof Law Courts on Nov. 8.

Garry Curtis Eglinski is charged for assault and uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm in Vanderhoof on May 2. He will next appear in Vanderhoof Law Courts on Aug. 8.

Sidney Joseph Everett is charged for driving while prohibited from doing so in Vanderhoof on April 28. He will next appear in Vanderhoof Law Courts on July 11.

Jenny Fae Peter is charged for causing in another person fear of injury or damage in Vanderhoof on April 30. She will next appear in Vanderhoof Law Courts on July 11.

Kenneth Paul Schmidt is charged for evading a peace officer by vehicle dangerous operation of motor vehicle in Fraser Lake on Jan. 30. He will next appear in Fraser lake Provincial Court on March 6 next year.

Joseph Peter Thomas is charged with two counts of breaching probation order in Vanderhoof on June 13. He will next appear in Vanderhoof Law Courts on July 11.

Jessica Frances Antoine is charged for breaching probation order in Fort St. James on May 22 and June 27. She will next appear in Fort St. James Provincial Court on July 5.

Keith Barnes is charged for assault with a weapon, forcible confinement without lawful authority, and uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm in Vanderhoof on Jan. 23 and June 27. He will next appear in Vanderhoof Law Courts on July 11.

Ernest Derrick Saunders is found guilty for driving a motor vehicle without due care and attention in Cluculz Lake on July 24 last year. He is fined for $2,000.

Thomas David Joseph Turcotte is charged for assault causing bodily harm in Vanderhoof on July 11 last year. He will next appear in Vanderhoof Law Courts on July 12.

Darcy Frederick Vaillant is charged for the careless use or storage of a firearm, possessing a weapon for dangerous purposes, unauthorized possession of a prohibited weapon, intentionally discharging a firearm while being reckless, and having ready ammunition for a prohibited firearm in Fort St. James on May 7. He will next appear in Vanderhoof Law Courts on July 15.

 

– with files from the Ministry of Justice

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