Court docket: November 16-20, 2020

From Prince George provincial court:

- David Michael Hoggan (born 1986) was sentenced to time served for resisting arrest and breaching an undertaking. Hoggan was in custody for one day prior to sentencing.

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- Irene Marie Johnny (born 1979) was sentenced to zero days in jail for breaching a release order.

- Bruce Ian Polson (born 1993) was sentenced to one year probation, issued a five-year firearms prohibition, ordered to provide a DNA sample and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for assault, committed in Prince George, and to time served and assessed $200 in victim surcharges for two counts of breaching an undertaking, committed in Terrace. Paulson was in custody for three days on the assault count prior to sentencing.

- Matthew Nelson Aubry (born 1987) was sentenced to a 15-month conditional sentence order issued a 10-year firearms prohibition and ordered to provide a DNA sample for possessing a prohibited or restricted firearm. Aubry was also sentenced to one year probation on the count as well as on one count each of assault and uttering threats.

- Donovan Blaine Roberts (born 1997) was sentenced to time served and assessed $200 in victim surcharges for two counts of breaching a release order. Roberts was in custody for a total of 68 days on the counts prior to sentencing.

- Tasha Lynn Baumle (born 1982) 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 and fined $500 plus a $150 victim surcharge for resisting arrest.

- Ollie James Henyu (born 1982) was sentenced to six months probation for assaulting a peace officer with a weapon and possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose and to time served for resisting arrest, breaching a release order, breaching an undertaking and driving while prohibited or licence suspended under the Motor Vehicle Act. Henyu spent 111 days in custody prior to sentencing.

- Douglas Spencer Alec-Lolly (born 2000) was sentenced to one year probation for theft $5,000 or under and to time served for breaching probation. Alec-Lolly was in custody for one day following his arrest on the charges. Alec-Lolly was also in custody for a further 23 days on a charge of breaching probation that was stayed.

- Christine Rose Winnifred Brookfield (born 1984) was sentenced to one year probation for assault and theft $5,000 or under and ordered to pay $220 restitution on the theft count.

- Ian Benjamin Clark (born 1985) was fined $300 plus a $90 victim surcharge for breaching probation.

- Shane Alan McNelly (born 1972) was prohibited from driving for one year and fined $1,000 for two counts of driving while prohibited or licence suspended under the Motor Vehicle Act.

- Gopal Panja (born 1999) was prohibited from driving for one year and fined $1,000 for two counts of driving while prohibited or licence suspended under the Motor Vehicle Act.

- St. John Macleod Smith (born 1993) was issued a one-year $500 recognizance after allegation of causing fear of injury or damage, committed in Fort St. James.

- Jacinta Johnna King (born 1990) was sentenced to one year probation for possessing a controlled substance, committed in Williams Lake.

- Bruce Patrick Albert (born 1979) was sentenced to one year probation for mischief $5,000 or under.

- Allan Douglas Nigh (born 1981) was sentenced to one year probation for assault and three counts of break and enter with intent to commit offence. Nigh spent a total of 78 days in custody prior to sentencing.

- Christopher Dixon (born n/a) was issued a one-year $500 recognizance after allegation of causing fear of injury or damage, committed in Mud River.

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