Vanderhoof cases in court during Nov. 7 week

A list of Vanderhoof and Fort St. James cases that have a first appearance, or a trial scheduled or ended, in law courts of the area:

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

 

Leroy Frederick John is found guilty of uttering threats in Vanderhoof on Nov. 6. He is jailed for 27 days.

An individual, who is unidentified due to a publication ban, is charged for distribution and possession of child pornography in Vanderhoof. He or she will have a first court appearance on Jan. 9.

Joshua Robin Wilson Rogers is found guilty of operating a vehicle on a highway without a license in Cluculz Lake on July 11. He is fined $1,000.

George Junior Teed is found guilty of wilfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer in Vanderhoof on Aug. 3. He is sentenced to probation order for 12 months.

Ashley Rose Bird is found guilty of operating a vehicle on a highway without a license in Vanderhoof on Jan. 24. She is fined $750.

Sabina Joan David is found guilty of driving while prohibited from doing so in Vanderhoof on Jan. 30. She is fined $500 and is prohibited from driving for 18 months.

Axel Ivan Ens is charged for driving while his license is suspended in Vanderhoof on Aug. 22, 2015. He will be tried in Vanderhoof Law Courts on April 25.

Tanya Lynn Johnny is found guilty of driving while prohibited from doing so in Vanderhoof on Dec. 4, 2015. She is fined $500 and prohibited from driving for a year.

Tod Scott Keller is found guilty of breaking and entering and committing an indictable offence in Vanderhoof on Sept. 21. He is sentenced to probation order for two years.

 

– with files from the Ministry of Justice

 

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