Before the judge: week of May 16

Vanderhoof cases heard in law courts of the area, including Fort St. James and Prince George.

In chronological order of Vanderhoof cases heard in law courts of the area:

 

Corina Lynn Beauchamp is charged for driving while prohibited from doing so in Vanderhoof on April 19 last year. She has been issued a bench warrant for not appearing in court on May 18.

Chad Thomas Quaw is found guilty of breaching a probation order in Vanderhoof on Feb. 8.

Desiree Dawn Patrick is charged for dangerous driving, causing an accident that results in death, and theft of a motor vehicle in Fort Fraser on Oct. 3 last year. On the same day, she’s also charged with impaired driving causing death and operating a motor vehicle in Fraser Lake. She will next appear in Vanderhoof Law Courts on June 13.

Kayne Sabbe Penner is charged for manslaughter using a firearm, as well as the careless usage or storage of a firearm, in Vanderhoof on Dec. 20, 2012. He will next appear in Vanderhoof Law Courts on Sept. 13.

Michelle Katherine Todd is charged with four counts of breaching a probation order in Vanderhoof on May 17. She is also charged for possessing a weapon for dangerous purposes. She will next appear in Prince George Law Courts on May 20.

Charles Jason John is found guilty of breaching a probation order in Vanderhoof on May 16.

Jake Toby Patrick is found guilty of breaching a probation order in Vanderhoof on April 26.

Charlene Madeline Redcrow is charged with four counts of breaking a probation order in Vanderhoof on May 14. She is also charged with theft valued at $5,000 or under, as well as assaulting and wilfully resisting or obstructing a peace offer. She will next appear in Prince George Law Courts on May 26.

Cory Milton Schapansky, charged for fishing during closed time on April 9, paid the indicated penalty or a portion prior to scheduled court appearance on May 16.

 

– with files from the Ministry of Justice

 

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