Community service for arson

Three of the four accused of arson in the Integris Recycling Centre fire have pled guilty.

  • Jun. 27, 2013 5:00 a.m.

Three of the four accused of arson in the Integris Recycling Centre fire have pled guilty.

On June 25 in B.C. Provincial Court in Fort St. James, all three of the underaged males charged in the case of the fire which destroyed the recycling centre put forward guilty pleas and were sentenced to a six-month conditional discharge and community service hours.

The identities of the three young men can not be released as they were young offenders at the time of the incident.

The fourth accused, Cole Godard, is scheduled to appear in court on Sept. 30 this year in Prince George. Godard was an adult at the time of the incident and therefore his name has been released.


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