No jail time for woman who pawned camera
A P.E.I. woman who gambled away money she got from pawning a family member’s camera was given a conditional discharge Tuesday. Marie Mylene Peters, 49, appeared before Judge John Douglas in provincial court in Charlottetown for sentencing for possessing property obtained by crime.
The court heard Peters pawned the high-end camera at Most Wanted for $400 and gambled the money. With the conditional discharge, Peters will be on probation for one year, which included conditions banning her from Red Shores and any places that have video lottery terminals. Peters must also pay $400 in restitution to Most Wanted and a $100 victim surcharge.