Court docket: June 17-21, 2019

From Prince George provincial court, June 17-21, 2019:

- Bradley Jay Carmichael (born 1977) was fined $2,000 plus a $300 victim surcharge and ordered to pay $2,661.13 restitution for providing false or misleading information under the Insurance (Vehicle) Act.

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- Benjamin Joseph Spencer (born 1971) was fined $400 plus a $60 victim surcharge for failing to produce a driver's licence or insurance under the Motor Vehicle Act.

- Cheven John Walton Schilitt (born 1994) was sentenced to 107 days in jail and one year probation and ordered to provide a DNA sample for breaking and entering and committing an indictable offence and to zero days for breaching a probation order. Schlitt was in custody for 151 days prior to sentencing.

- Alfred Kurt Homann (born 1955) was sentenced to six months in jail and prohibited from driving for three years for driving while disqualified under the Criminal Code.

- Jordan Neil Shaw (born 1994) was sentenced to 60 days in jail for assault, committed in Maple Ridge. Shaw was in custody for 151 days prior to sentencing.

- Jordy Martin Visser-Hayne (born 1996) was sentenced to zero days for theft $5,000 or under and breaching probation. Visser-Hayne was in custody for 34 days prior to sentencing.

- Myles Ashley Christian (born 1981) was sentenced to 637 days in jail for possessing a prohibited or restricted firearm, to four months in jail for possessing stolen property and to 180 days in jail and issued a lifetime firearms prohibition for possessing a weapon contrary to an order.

- Patrick Quinn Hanefeld (born 1968) was issued a one-year $1,000 recognizance after allegation of causing fear of injury or damage.

- Paul Ervin Jantzen (born 1984) was fined $2,000 plus a $300 victim surcharge for driving without due care and attention under the Motor Vehicle Act.

- Aaron Joseph Glover (born 1985) was sentenced to 13 days in jail and one year probation for mischief $5,000 and under and breaching an undertaking or recognizance and to zero days for a separate count of breaching an undertaking or recognizance. Glover spent a total of four days in custody prior to sentencing.

- Sheldon William Frederick Nipshank (born 1995) was sentenced to five days in jail for willfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer. Nipshank was in custody for five days prior to sentencing.

- Corina Lynn Beauchamp (born 1970) was sentenced to three days in jail for breaching probation and to time served and one year probation for a separate count of breaching probation. Beauchamp was in custody for two days prior to sentencing.

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