The Alberta Justice Court convened Monday, June 25. Judge B. R. Hougestol presided. Duty Counsel, Mr. Anderson and Crown, Attorney Jasmine Sihra attended.
Scheduled to appear: 41 adults facing 120 charges; 62 of those charges involve 14 people, making their first appearances. 5 youths were facing charges and one adult scheduled for trial.
In a total of 52 traffic tickets, 28 were for speeding.
Justin Bakaas entered a guilty plea to driving a motor vehicle with no insurance and driving while unauthorized. He was served a $2500 and $500 fine. Judge Hougestol granted him until Dec. 31 to pay.
Darren Lindsay, absent from the courtroom, plead guilty to two tickets; uninsured motor vehicle and displaying unauthorized license. The Judge served a $2500 and $230 fine, and until Dec. 31 to pay.
Calvin McDermott was convicted in absence, a $402 fine for stunting while driving.
David Hudkin was fined $1150 and prohibited his driver’s license for one year, facing a charge for ‘care or control driving a motor vehicle over 80 mg %.’ He can apply for the interlock system after three months and was granted until Dec. 31 to pay.
Amanda Bentley was served a one year peace bond and ‘keep the peace conditions.’
Randy Fenton was fined $124 for a speeding ticket.
Brian Klassen entered a guilty plea to no insurance and operating an unregistered motor vehicle. He was served a $2500 and $230 fine.
Michael Stewart entered a 12 month peace bond, and was directed by the Judge to donate $150 to Fox Creek’s Victim Services within 60 days.
Alonzo Fewer and Clarissa Cox both entered into a 12 month peace bond.
Ed Fullerton pled guilty to an assault charge on June 22. Judge served Fullerton a three month conditional discharge and house arrest, including terms to ‘keep the peace and a 6 am – 10 pm curfew.’
The next Provincial Court date is July 23.Print This Post