The Alberta Justice Court convened on Monday, November 24th at Fox Creek Provincial Court. Judge J.A. Watson resided. Scheduled to appear were 32 adults facing 110 charges.
Five adults were scheduled for trial and there were two prisoners. Three tickets were quashed, 12 warrants were issued and four offences were withdrawn. Of the 39 traffic tickets; 24 were for speeding.
Garry Suprovich Trucking entered a guilty plea for improper parallel parking. Judge Watson issued the company a $57 ticket and granted them until Feb. 28th to pay.
40 year old James King pled guilty to possession of property and driving with no insurance. King was granted time served for the possession charge, as he was in custody since RCMP stopped him for speeding at 1:30 am on Nov. 17. Judge Watson served King a $2875 fine for driving with no insurance and he was granted until June 2015 to pay.
Victor Martineau’s lawyer pled guilty in his absence, for driving intoxicated in the wrong lane on Highway 43 on Feb. 21, 2014. Judge Watson issued an $1800 fine and prohibited Martineau’s driver’s license for one year.
Shale Dubois pled guilty to mischief, breach of conditions and failure to appear charges, following a complaint of a fight between two men on 4th Avenue on Nov. 3rd at 1:30 pm. Dubois was in custody since the incident and Judge granted him time served.
Derek Mathews entered a guilty plea for impaired driving, following a complaint of a single vehicle rollover on Highway 43 and a breath sample reading of 230. Judge Watson issued Mathews a $1600 fine and prohibited his driver’s license for one year.
Allan Pietrzykowski was served six months imprison after he pled guilty to assaulting a police officer. All of his other charges were withdrawn. On Sept. 5, 2012 at 1:30 am, a local RCMP Constable stopped Pietrzykowski following a complaint of an impaired driver. The officer was struck five times in the face.
The next Fox Creek Provincial Court date is Dec. 22nd.Print This Post