Thefts end in jail time

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - THE PROVINCE -

A man who was caught for nine thefts in less than a year was re­cently sen­tenced to serve 17 months in jail.

Ter­rance Stan­ford Mac­Don­ald ap­peared be­fore Chief Judge John Dou­glas in pro­vin­cial court in Char­lot­te­town for sen­tenc­ing on nine theft charges and five counts of fail­ing to at­tend court.

Mac­Don­ald com­mit­ted the thefts be­tween Fe­bru­ary and Septem­ber 2014 at sev­eral lo­ca­tions.

Be­fore he could face the charges Mac­Don­ald left the province and was ar­rested last month.

He has been in cus­tody since.

Along with the jail time, Dou­glas or­dered Mac­Don­ald to pay $1,400 in vic­tim sur­charges.

He also banned Mac­Don­ald from Roots, KC Cloth­ing, both of Char­lot­te­town’s Su­per­stores, the city’s Wal­mart, a Cir­cle K store and a Shop­pers Drug Mart.

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