Court docket: February 10-14, 2020

From Prince George provincial court:

- Brittany Ashley Mae Baird (born 1991) was sentenced to 14 days in jail and 18 months probation and ordered to provide a DNA sample for assault.

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- Arthur Edward Went (born 1976) was fined $1,000 plus a $150 victim surcharge for driving without a driver's licence under the Motor Vehicle Act.

- William Robert Steven Derrick (born 1993) was sentenced to no further time in jail for willfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer, committed in Prince George, and breaching an undertaking or recognizance, committed in Kamloops. Derrick was in custody for 89 days prior to sentencing.

- Joshua Dokuchie (born 1993) was prohibited from driving for one year and fined $1,000 plus a $300 victim surcharge for driving while impaired.

- Tanya Fredilia Lolly (born 1995) was sentenced to one year probation with a suspended sentence for possessing stolen property under $5,000.

- Lucas Kenneth Richard Turner (born 1987) was sentenced to 11 days in jail theft $5,000 or under and breaching an undertaking or recognizance and to one year probation on the counts as well as an additional count of breaching an undertaking or recognizance. Turner was in custody for 35 days prior to sentencing.

- Barbara Joan Husband (born 1935) was prohibited from driving for five years and fined $500 plus a $75 victim surcharge for driving without due care and attention under the Motor Vehicle Act.

- Jeffrey Derrick Maughan (born 1991) was sentenced to no further time in jail for willfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer. Maughan was in custody for 14 days prior to sentencing.

- Joel Garrett Sam (born 1988) was sentenced to three years probation, issued a 10-year firearms prohibition and ordered to provide a DNA sample for uttering threats, committed in Fort St. James. Sam spent a total of 268 days in custody prior to sentencing.

- Krystal Seymour (born 1986) was issued a one-year $500 recognizance after allegation of causing fear of injury or damage.

- Miranda Gabrielle Anderson (born 2000) was sentenced to 12 days in jail for breaching a release order and to one year probation with a suspended sentence for willfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer.

- David William Jago (born 1962) was sentenced to 18 months probation with a suspended sentence for assault.

- Timothy Allan Morin (born 1979) was sentenced to 18 months probation, issued a 10-year firearms prohibition and ordered to provide a DNA sample for possessing for the purpose of trafficking.

- Ian Benjamin Clark (born 1985) was sentenced to 31 days in jail for possessing stolen property over $5,000, to 10 days for willfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer and to 18 months probation on the counts. Clark was in custody for 177 days prior to sentencing.

- Chad Murphy Peter George (born 1997) was sentenced to 12 days in jail for theft $5,000 or under, to 10 days for a separate count of theft $5,000 or under, to five days for breaching an undertaking and to one year probation and assessed $300 in victim surcharges on the counts. George was in custody for four days prior to sentencing.

- Robert Kenneth William Harmon (born 1986) was sentenced to 30 days in jail and prohibited from driving for three years for theft of a vehicle and fleeing police, committed in Prince George, to seven days in jail for possessing a controlled substance and breaching an undertaking or recognizance, committed in Vanderhoof, and to 18 months probation and assessed $400 in victim surcharges on the counts. Harmon was in custody for 39 days prior to sentencing.

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