Court docket, August 16-23, 2019

From Prince George provincial court, Aug. 16-23, 2019:

- Cali Ronald Harold Peal-Barton (born 1994) was sentenced to 25 days in jail for two counts of breaching probation. Peal-Barton was in custody for one day prior to sentencing.

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- George Lewis Olsen (born 1970) was sentenced to 25 days in jail for assault and willfully obstructing or resisting a peace officer and to 15 days in jail for possessing a dangerous weapon and to one year probation on the counts. Olsen was in custody for one day prior to sentencing.

- Cynthia Mae Hildebrandt (born 1974) was prohibited from driving for one year and fined $750 plus a $112.50 victim surcharge for driving while driver's licence is suspended under the Motor Vehicle Act.

- Clayton Angus Middlemiss (born 1988) was sentenced to 174 days in jail for knowingly occupying a vehicle in which a firearm is present and to no further days for possessing a firearm without a licence or registration, possessing a controlled substance, possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose, driving while disqualified, possessing a non-firearm weapon, possessing a firearm contrary to an order, personation with intent to avoid arrest, two counts each of driving while disqualified and breaching probation, prohibited from driving for three years for dangerous driving and issued a 10-year and a lifetime firearms prohibition on the firearms counts. Middlemiss was in custody for 433 days prior to sentencing.

- Virgil Stanley Johnson (born 1985) was sentenced to 55 days in jail and ordered to provide a DNA sample for assault and to 30 days in jail for theft $5,000 or under and breaching probation. Johnson was in custody for 61 days prior to sentencing.

- Quintin James Maxwell (born 1976) was sentenced to 86 days in jail for driving while disqualified under the Criminal Code and driving while prohibited under the Motor Vehicle Act, both committed in Prince George, to 54 days in jail for driving while disqualified under the Criminal Code, committed in Fort St. John, prohibited from driving on both counts, and sentenced to no further time for theft $5,000 or under, committed in Fort St. John.

- Gregory Nixon (born 1950) was issued a one-year $500 recognizance after allegation of causing fear of injury or damage.

- Everett Riley Edward Patrick (born 1977) was sentenced to one year probation for assault and to no further time for mischief $5,000 or under and possession a weapon for a dangerous purpose. Patrick was in custody for 76 days prior to sentencing.

- Jordy Martin Visser-Hayne (born 1996) was sentenced to one day and 13 days respectively for two counts of breaching probation. Visser-Hayne was in custody for nine days prior to sentencing.

- Darrin Elmer White (born 1977) was prohibited from driving for one year and fined $1,000 plus a $150 victim surcharge for driving while prohibited or licence suspended under the Motor Vehicle Act.

- David Bernard Kerbrat (born 1981) was prohibited from driving for one year and fined $500 plus a $75 victim surcharge for driving while prohibited or licence suspended under the Motor Vehicle Act.

- Kenneth James Moore (born 1965) was sentenced to time served for breaching an undertaking. Moore was in custody for 14 days prior to sentencing.

- Michael Charles Foster (born 1965) was sentenced to an eight-month conditional sentence order and 18 months probation and ordered to provide a DNA sample for assault with a weapon and causing a disturbance, two counts of assault and three counts of uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm. Foster was in custody for 107 days prior to sentencing.

- Justin James Nevers (born n/a) was sentenced to 109 days in jail and two years probation, ordered to provide a DNA sample and issued a 10-year firearms prohibition for sexual assault. Nevers was in custody for 589 days prior to sentencing.

- Lucas Kenneth Richard Turner (born 1987) was sentenced to time served and 18 months probation for theft $5,000 or under, breaching probation and two counts each of mischief $5,000 or under and breaching an undertaking or recognizance. Turner was in custody for 73 days prior to sentencing.

- Andrew Carl Pete (born 1992) was sentenced to 12 days in jail for possessing weapon for dangerous purpose, breaching probation and willfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer, to three days in jail for possessing stolen property under $5,000 and to time served for separate counts of breaching probation, breaching an undertaking or recognizance and willfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer. Pete was also sentenced to one year probation on the weapon charge and spent 48 days custody prior to sentencing.

- Brenton Angus Kenney (born 1960) was fined $350 for fraud $5,000 or under.

- Jake Toby Patrick (born 1994) was sentenced to time served for theft $5,000 or under, committed in Prince George, and breaching probation, committed in Vanderhoof. Patrick was in custody for 15 days prior to sentencing.

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