Vanderhoof, Fort St. James court cases of Oct. 17 week

A list of Vanderhoof and Fort St. James cases in chronological order of hearing 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:

 

Natasha Courtney Cameron is found guilty of committing assault in Fort St. James on Dec. 25, 2015. She received a conditional sentence for two months and probation order for 10 months.

Nicholas Christopher Cameron is issued a bench warrant for failing to appear in Fort St. James Provincial Court on Oct. 17. He is charged for driving while his driver’s license is suspended in Fort St. James on Aug. 7.

Larry Peter Dominic is charged with two counts of assault in Takla Landing on Aug. 18. He will be tried in Fort St. James Provincial Court on Feb. 9.

Miranda Lee Free is charged with theft worth $5,000 or under in Fort St. James on Jan. 5. Her first appearance in Fort St. James Provincial Court will take place on Nov. 28.

Jennifer Anne Isaac is found guilty of fraud in Fort St. James on April 29, 2015. She received probation order and suspended sentence for 12 months.

Darryl Roger Alan Moore is found guilty of driving while prohibited from doing so in Fort St. James on June 26. He is fined $500 and prohibited from driving for a year.

Rick Lee Dominic Abraham is found not guilty of committing sexual assault in Takla Landing on July 29, 2014.

An individual, whose identity is withheld by court order, is found guilty of sexual interference of someone under the age of 16 in Fort St. James. He or she is jailed for 160 days and probation order for two years.

Pierre Brendan James and Blaine Wilson John is charged for possession of property, obtained by crime, worth over $5,000. Pierre will be in Prince George Law Courts for his first appearance on Nov. 30.

Warren Scott Finnbogason is charged for committing assault in Fort St. James on Sept. 8. His first appearance in Fort St. James Provincial Court will take place on Nov. 28.

Theresa Arlene Morris is charged for causing unnecessary pain to an animal in Fort St. James on April 2. She will be tried in Fort St. James Provincial Court on Jan. 17.

Angela Lorraine Fehr is found guilty of causing another person fear of injury in Vanderhoof on Aug. 10. She is fined $500 with a promise to be on good behaviour for 12 months.

Barbara Jane Lessard is charged for committing assault and attempting to choke to overcome resistance in Fort St. James on April 10. She will be tried in Fort St. James Provincial Court on Feb. 28.

Thomas Kaylan Frank Duncan is charged for committing assault causing bodily harm, mischief, and possessing a weapon for dangerous purpose in Fort St. James on Sept. 21. His first appearance in Fort St. James Provincial Court will take place on Nov. 14.

An individual, whose identity is withheld by court order, is charged for inviting a person under the age of 16 to sexual touching, assault, and uttering threats to cause bodily harm in Fort St. James. He or she will be tried on March 7.

– with files from the Ministry of Justice

 

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