A man swooped up on Halloween night when police apprehended a suspect in the alleged theft of two pickup trucks has been sentenced to nine months in jail for possession of stolen property over $5,000.
Sklyer Dwayne Brennan, 19, was issued the term Tuesday for an October 2011 offence. He was arrested on Oct. 31 at the same time police found Chad Patrick Poitras, 27, at a home in the 2400 block of Oak Street.
Poitras continues to face charges from the alleged thefts of two trucks over the Oct. 27-28 weekend, two days after he had been released on bail after he was arrested on a charge of killing or injuring an animal.
Following a police pursuit on Oct. 28, Jonathan Kyle Relkey, 22, and Ashley Susan Lynn Sampson, 19, were arrested in connection with the alleged truck thefts.
On Tuesday, Brennan was also sentenced to three months in jail and issued a 10-year firearms prohibition for unauthorized possession of a firearm and to 45 days for breach of recognizance in relation to the 2011 incident.
He was also sentenced to 10 and seven days for two other counts of breach of a recognizance from Aug. 5 and Oct. 2 incidents.
On Oct. 27, 2011 Daniel Stewart Sundman, 51, was sentenced to 535 days in jail for possession of a weapon obtained through crime, to six months for possession of stolen property over $5,000 and to six months for possession of stolen property under $5,000 for the October 2011 incident.
Both Poitras and Relkey remain in custody as their cases remain before the courts. Sampson was released on $2,000 bail.