Fort St. James court report

For files appearing on Fort St. James Provincial Court on January 25, 2011.

  • Feb. 2, 2011 10:00 a.m.

For files appearing on Fort St. James Provincial Court on January 25, 2011.

Ruby A. Abraham was fined $1,000, prohibited for driving for one year and given a victim surcharge fine of $150 for operating a motor vehicle while impaired.

Barry C. Duncan was given a six-month suspended sentence, six months probation and charged a victim surcharge of $50 for obstructing an officer.

Charles B. Duncan was given a six month suspended sentence, six months probation and charged a $50 victim surcharge for failure to comply with conditions.

Gordon S. Leon was charged $500 and prohibited from possessing a firearm for one year for assault causing bodily harm.

Moise J. Isaac was given one day in jail for failure to comply with conditions.

Russel K. Prince was given two counts of a suspended sentence and one year probation for obstruction of a fisheries officer.

Vincent C. Prince must pay a victim surcharge of $15 and a fine of $100 for obstruction of a fisheries officer.

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