Court docket: August 30-September 7, 2018

From Prince George provincial court, August 30-September 7, 2018:

- Kenneth Raymond Bishop (born 1980) was sentenced to 733 days in jail for possession of a restricted or prohibited firearm, to one year in jail for possession of a firearm without a licence or registration and two counts of possession of a firearm contrary to an order and to 90 days in jail for possessing weapon for dangerous purpose. Bishop was also issued a lifetime firearms prohibition and assessed $1,000 in victim surcharges. Bishop was in custody for a total of 216 days prior to sentencing.

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- Christopher Allan Clark (born 1981) was sentenced to 30 days in jail, served on an intermittent basis, prohibited from driving for three years and fined $500 plus a $75 victim surcharge for driving while prohibited or licence suspended under the Motor Vehicle Act.

- Brent Terence Baker (born 1974) was sentenced to two days in jail and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for causing a disturbance and assessed $300 in victim surcharges for three counts of breaching probation. Baker was in custody for 27 days prior to sentencing.

- Dylon Antoine Felix John (born 1995) was sentenced to 16 days in jail and assessed $200 in victim surcharges for two counts of breaching probation. John was in custody for three days prior to sentencing.

- Michael Nicholas Kirkpatrick (born 1967) was sentenced to nine days in jail and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for theft $5,000 or under and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for a separate count of theft $5,000 and sentenced to one year probation on both counts.

- Ivan Christopher Skin (born 1990) was sentenced to one year probation for possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose and two counts each of willfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer, breaching probation and breaching an undertaking or recognizance. Skin was in custody for 85 days prior to sentencing.

- Scott Kenneth Swett (born 1977) 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.

- Terilyn Rose Haskell (born 1989) was sentenced to 30 days in jail and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for breaching an undertaking or recognizance, committed in Chilliwack.

- Mandi Lee Zacharuk (born 1988) was sentenced to 15 days in jail and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for breaching an undertaking or recognizance, committed in Fort St. John.

- Keith Alexander Barnes (born 1993) was prohibited from driving for one year and fined $1,000 plus a $150 in victim surcharge for two counts of driving while prohibited or licence suspended under the Motor Vehicle Act.

- Benjamin Edward Cardinal (born 1983) was sentenced to 27 days in jail and assessed a $200 victim surcharge for mischief $5,000 or under. Cardinal was in custody for five days prior to sentencing.

- Jose Da Silva (born 1956) was issued a one-year $500 recognizance after allegation for causing fear of injury or damage.

- Gordon Thomas Garnot (born 1960) was sentenced to 18 months probation with a suspended sentence, issued a five-year firearms prohibition and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for assault causing bodily harm. Garnot was in custody for six days following his arrest.

- Garrett Daniel Stead (born 1970) was sentenced to nine days in jail and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for breaching probation. Stead was in custody for six days prior to sentencing.

- Joseph Randolph Peter Trepanier (born 1968) 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.

- Vojtech Kovac (born 1984) was issued a one-year $1,000 recognizance after allegation for causing fear of injury or damage.

- Joseph Albert Michel Fleurant (born 1965) was sentenced to 18 months probation with a suspended sentence and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for possession of stolen property under $5,000.

- Tyler Dillon Toop (born 1995) was sentenced to 18 months probation, issued a 10-year firearms prohibition and assessed a $200 victim surcharge for possessing a weapon. Toop was in custody for eight days following his arrest.

-Keghan Samuel Cosh (born 1982) was sentenced to 60 days in jail for theft $5,000 or under, to 45 days in jail for a separate count of theft $5,000 or under, to 33 days in jail for breaching probation and to time served for a separate count of breaching probation. Cosh was also sentenced to one year probation and assessed $400 in victim surcharges on the counts. Kosh was in custody for a total of 36 days on the charges prior to sentencing.

- Joseph Patrick Courtoreille (born 1990) was sentenced to nine months probation with a suspended sentence and assessed $200 in victim surcharges for mischief and failing to appear in court and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for breaching an undertaking or recognizance, all committed in Mackenzie, and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for willfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer, committed in Prince George. Courtoreille was in custody for three days prior to sentencing.

- Cody Allan Jerome (born 1984) was sentenced to six days in jail and assessed $300 in victim surcharges for failing to appear in court and two counts of breaching probation. Jerome was in custody for two days prior to sentencing.

- Olivia Marie Johnny (born 1996) was sentenced to one year probation, issued a 10-year firearms prohibiton and assessed $300 in victim surcharges for breaking and entering and committing an indictable offence and failing to appear in court, both committed in Vanderhoof, and breaching an undertaking or recognizance, committed in Prince George. Johnny was in custody for 26 days prior to sentencing.

- Leonard Douglas Kinney (born 1975) was sentenced to 18 days in jail and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for breaching probation. Kinney was in custody for seven days prior to sentencing.

- Rory Patrick McAllister (born 1985) was sentenced to time served, issued a 10-year firearms prohibition and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for possession for the purpose of trafficking. McAllister was in custody for 93 days prior to sentencing.

- Anthony John Patrick (born 1948) was sentenced to time served and one year probation, issued a 10-year firearms prohibition and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for assault with a weapon, committed in Vanderhoof. Patrick was in custody for 213 days prior to sentencing.

- Kohl Anthony Timms (born 1986) was sentenced to 206 days in jail for flight from a peace officer, to six months in jail for theft over $5,000 and two counts of theft under $5,000 and to seven days in jail for driving while prohibited or licence suspended under the Motor Vehicle Act, all committed in Hixon. Timms was also prohibited from driving for five years and assessed $1,000 in victim surcharges on the counts.

Timms was also sentenced to 45 days in jail, prohibited from driving for one year and assessed $300 in victim surcharges for dangerous driving, possession of stolen property under $5,000 and willfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer, all committed in Kamloops.

Timms was in custody for 107 days prior to sentencing.

- Shayn Robert Bulmer (born 1997) was sentenced to one year probation with a suspended sentence and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for mischief $5,000 or under. Bulmer had spent 29 days in custody prior to sentencing.

- Natrone Andrew Prince (born 1998) was sentenced to 18 months probation and assessed $200 in victim surcharges for assault and mischief $5,000 or under. Prince was in custody for three days prior to sentencing.

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