Court docket: November 23-27, 2020

From Prince George provincial court:

- Harvey Jerome Chingee (born 1986) was sentenced to two years probation, issued a lifetime firearms prohibition, ordered to provide a DNA sample and assessed $300 in victim surcharges for two counts of assault with a weapon. Chingee was in custody on the counts for 190 days prior to sentencing.

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- Daniel James William Wingfield (born 1989) was sentenced to a conditional sentence order of two years less a day for uttering threats and to one year probation on the count as well as one count each of arson damaging property, assault with a weapon and breaking and entering. Wingfield was also issued a 10-year firearms prohibition, ordered to provide a DNA sample and assessed $800 in victim surcharges. Wingfield was in custody on the counts for 102 days prior to sentencing.

- Waylon Jean Johnny (born 1996) was sentenced to time served and assessed $200 in victim surcharges for resisting arrest and breaching probation. Johnny was in custody for 14 days prior to sentencing.

- Dylan Turmel (born 1993) was fined $1,500 plus a $225 victim surcharge for driving without due care and attention under the Motor Vehicle Act.

- Randy Roy Wanotch (born 1988) was sentenced to one year probation for mischief to property. Wanotch was in custody for four days prior to sentencing.

- Derek Robert James Ward (born 1993) was sentenced to time served for breaching a release order, committed in Prince George and possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose and breaching a release order, committed in Surrey. Ward was in custody for 103 days in total prior to sentencing.

- Colton James King (born 1996) was issued a one-year $500 recognizance for an allegation of causing fear of injury or damage, committed in Fort St. James.

- Thomas Joshua Toman (born 1999) was sentenced to 18 months probation, issued a five-year firearms prohibition and ordered to provide a DNA sample for assault with a weapon, possessing an unauthorized weapon and breaching probation. Toman was in custody for 47 days prior to sentencing.

- Corwyn Zsigrai (born 1978) was sentenced to one day in jail and one year probation and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for assault. Zsigrai was in custody for 11 days prior to sentencing.

- Irvin Kelsey Joseph (born 1988) was sentenced to a 30-day conditional sentence order, issued a lifetime firearms prohibition and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for possessing a firearm contrary to an order, committed in Fort St. James.

- James Ray Teegee (born 1961) was issued a one-year $500 recognizance for an allegation of causing fear of injury or damage, committed in Fort St. James.

- Kyle Devro Teegee (born 1987) was sentenced to no days in jail for breaching a release order, committed in Takla Landing.

- Cody Drew Chapman (born 1976) was prohibited from driving for 18 months and fined $1,000 plus a $150 victim surcharge for driving while driver's licence is suspended under the Motor Vehicle Act.

- Neil Romeo Joseph Hamel (born 1975) was sentenced to a four-month conditional sentence order and eight months probation and assessed $200 in victim surcharges for two counts of possessing stolen property under $5,000.

- Jerrika Leigh Hill Jackson (born 1996) was sentenced to a four-month conditional sentence order and one year probation and ordered to pay $8,600 restitution for using a forged document.

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