Court docket: June 29-July 3, 2020

From B.C. Supreme Court in Prince George:

- Gordon Theodore Peltz (born 1977) was sentenced to two years probation for assault causing bodily harm. Peltz was in custody for 192 days prior to sentencing.

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From Prince George provincial court:

- Alphonse Hector Carpenter (born 1982) was sentenced to 18 months probation for assault with a weapon and possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose, to time served for theft $5,000 or under, reaching an undertaking and two counts each of possessing a controlled substance and breaching a release order and prohibited from driving for six months and fined $500 plus a $75 victim surcharge for failing to produce a driver's licence or insurance under the Motor Vehicle Act. Carpenter was also issued an 18-month firearms prohibition and ordered to provide a DNA sample on the assault count. Carpenter was in custody for 26 days prior to sentencing.

- Kale Raymond Lewis Comeau (born 1984) was sentenced to one year probation and assessed a $200 victim surcharge for possessing stolen property over $5,000.

- Maureen Laurencia Isaac Johnson (born 1992) was sentenced to 21 days in jail for breaking and entering with intent to commit an offence and breaching probation. Johnson was in custody for six days prior to sentencing.

- Damien James Medwedrich (born 1995) was sentenced to 177 days in jail, issued a lifetime firearms prohibition and ordered to provide a DNA sample for possessing a firearm without a licence or registration and possessing a firearm contrary to an order and to seven days for breaching a release order. Medwedrich spent a total of 119 days in custody on the counts prior to sentencing.

- Tanya Lea Bock (born 1977) was sentenced to six months probation with a suspended sentence for theft $5,000 or under.

- Mitch Tyler Metcalfe (born 1990) was sentenced to 55 days in jail and prohibited from driving for one year for fleeing police, 45 days in jail for assault and two counts of breaching a release order, to 30 days in jail for assault with a weapon and uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm and . Metcalfe was also sentenced to one year probation, issued a 10-year firearms prohibition, ordered to provide a DNA sample and assessed $700 in victim surcharges. Metcalfe spent a total of 29 days in custody on the charges prior to sentencing.

- Ryan John Moore (born 1991) was sentenced to two years probation with a suspended sentence, issued a 10-year firearms prohibition and ordered to provide a DNA sample for assault with a weapon and mischief $5,000 or under. Moore was in custody for 18 days on the counts following his arrest.

- Sarah Jaimes Scarf (born 1997) was sentenced to one year probation for assaulting a peace officer.

- Samantha Helen Sutherland (born 1988) was fined $500 plus a $75 victim surcharge for driving without a driver's licence under the Motor Vehicle Act, committed in Fort Fraser.

- Blair Tyler Alec (born 1986) was assessed a $100 victim surcharge for breaching probation. Alec was in custody for seven days prior to sentencing.
 
- David Ray Mackay (born 1996) was sentenced to 14 days in jail and assessed $200 in victim surcharges for breaching probation and breaching a release order and assessed a further $200 in victim surcharges for two separate counts of breaching a release order. Mackay was in custody for four days prior to sentencing.

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