Court docket: September 3-6, 2019

From Prince George provincial court, September 3-6, 2019:

- Colin Gordon Roger Mamela (born 1971) was sentenced to no further days in jail for willfully resisting or obstructing a peace officer and breaching an undertaking. Mamela spent two days in custody prior to sentencing.

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- Norman Russell Michell (born 1972) was sentenced to time served for failing to appear in court, failing to comply with a court order and breaching an undertaking or recognizance, all committed in Prince George, and breaching an undertaking or recognizance, committed in Smithers. Michell was in custody for 59 days prior to sentencing and remained in custody on other matters.

- Andrew Joseph Bazinet (born 1983) was ordered to serve the remainder of his four-mont conditional sentence order and one year probation in jail. He was sentenced to the terms in October 2018.

- Jewell Sherie Bougie (born 1988) was prohibited from driving for one year and fined $2,000 for driving with a blood-alcohol level over .08.

- Brandon Leonard Ricky Keehn (born 1998) was sentenced to eight months probation for breaching probation.

- Waylon Bruce Wheeler (born 1984) was sentenced to two years probation for breaching a recognizance. Wheeler was in custody for 29 days prior to sentencing.

- Michael Neil Dawydiuk (born 1972) was issued a one-year $500 recognizance after allegation of causing fear of injury or damage.

- Bradley Casimel Roberts (born 1993) was sentenced to 332 days in jail and 18 months probation, issued a 10-year firearms prohibition and ordered to provide a DNA sample for robbery. Roberts was in custody for 326 days prior to sentencing.

- Rachel Ann Rossetti (born 1976) was sentenced to six months probation for two counts of possessing a controlled substance.

- Lars Wuthrich (born 1973) was issued a 10-month, $1,500 recognizance after allegation of causing fear of injury or damage.

- Douglas Spencer Alec-Lolly (born 2000) was sentenced to no further days in jail for theft $5,000 or under and breaching probation. Alec-Lolly spent 15 days in custody prior to sentencing.

- Jonathan Edgar Hill (born 1983) was sentenced to 24 days in jail and 18 months probation for assault causing bodily harm. Hill was in custody for 81 days prior to sentencing.

- Eric Wayde Thor Johnson (born 1983) was sentenced to 52 days in jail for possessing stolen property over $5,000 and to one year probation on the count as well as for driving while disqualified under the Criminal Code. Johnson was in custody for 83 days prior to sentencing.

- Ralph Apsassin (born 1947) was issued a one-year $500 recognizance after allegation of causing fear of injury or damage.

- Derek Scott Livingstone (born 1988) was sentenced to 39 days in jail for carrying a weapon or prohibited device and to 24 days in jail for breaching probation, both committed in Mackenzie. Livingstone was in custody for 12 days prior to sentencing.

- Jason Christopher Henson (born 1986) was sentenced to a 45-day conditional sentence order for assault and to a 15-day conditional sentence order for committing an indecent act in a public place and mischief $5,000 or under, and to one year probation on the counts.

- Duane Bruce Rollings (born 1962) was fined $500 for communicating for sexual services.

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