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From Prince Ge­orge provin­cial court, Novem­ber 6-10, 2017:

• Dale Cameron Christie (born 1965) was sen­tenced to 60 days house ar­rest and one year pro­ba­tion, is­sued a two-year firearms pro­hi­bi­tion and as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for as­sault. Christie was in cus­tody for six days fol­low­ing his ar­rest.

• Richard David Horth (born 1959) was fined $500 plus $150 in vic­tim sur­charges for two counts of theft $5,000 or un­der.

• San­tana Aaron Mitchell (born 1987) was sen­tenced to 11 days in jail, pro­hib­ited from driv­ing for one year and as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for driv­ing while pro­hib­ited or li­cence sus­pended un­der the Mo­tor Ve­hi­cle Act.

• Gor­don Wil­fred Pa­gens (born 1992) was sen­tenced to 27 days in jail and one year pro­ba­tion and as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for theft $5,000 or un­der. Pa­gens was in cus­tody for one day prior to sen­tenc­ing.

• Linda May Todd (born 1967) was sen­tenced to one year pro­ba­tion with a sus­pended sen­tence and as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for as­sault and as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for breach­ing re­lease con­di­tions, both com­mit­ted in Van­der­hoof.

• Bradley Robert Foster (born 1979) was sen­tenced to 22 days in jail and one year pro­ba­tion and as­sessed $200 in vic­tim sur­charges for pos­ses­sion of stolen prop­erty and mis­chief $5,000 or un­der. Foster was in cus­tody for three days prior to sen­tenc­ing.

• Ulysses Syd­ney Ni­cholas (born 1997) was sen­tenced to 20 days in jail for pos­sess­ing a weapon for dan­ger­ous pur­pose and will­fully re­sist­ing or ob­struct­ing a peace of­fi­cer and to 10 days in jail for as­sault and a sep­a­rate count of will­fully re­sist­ing or ob­struct­ing a peace of­fi­cer. Ni­cholas was also sen­tenced to one year pro­ba­tion, is­sued a five-year firearms pro­hi­bi­tion and as­sessed $500 in vic­tim sur­charges on the counts. Ni­cholas had spent six days in cus­tody prior to sen­tenc­ing.

• Tyler Gary Strilki­wsky (born 1984) was sen­tenced to one year pro­ba­tion with a con­di­tional dis­charge and as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for will­fully re­sist­ing or ob­struct­ing a peace of­fi­cer.

• Ryan Michael Ja­cob Vigneux (born 1991) was sen­tenced to 15 days in jail for three counts of theft $5,000 or un­der, to 10 days in jail for a fourth count of theft $5,000 or un­der and to five days in jail for a fifth count of theft $5,000 or un­der. Vigneux was also sen­tenced to one year pro­ba­tion and as­sessed $500 in vic­tim sur­charges on the counts. Vigneux was in cus­tody for eight days prior to sen­tenc­ing.

• Dou­glas Wil­liam Don­ald Gibbs (born 1986) was sen­tenced to 51 days in jail and one year pro­ba­tion and or­dered to pay $1,258.73 resti­tu­tion and a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for mis­chief $5,000 or un­der and as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for breach­ing pro­ba­tion. Gibbs spent 53 days in cus­tody prior to sen­tenc­ing.

• War­ren Solomon Holmes (born 1975) was sen­tenced to 24 days in jail, is­sued a 10-year firearms pro­hi­bi­tion and as­sessed a $200 vic­tim sur­charge for pos­ses­sion of a con­trolled sub­stance for the pur­pose of traf­fick­ing and as­sessed $400 in vic­tim sur­charges for pos­ses­sion of a con­trolled sub­stance and three counts of breach­ing re­lease con­di­tions, all com­mit­ted in Van­der­hoof. Holmes spent 39 days in cus­tody prior to sen­tenc­ing.

• Tay­lor Garth Hugh­son (born 1991) was sen­tenced to two years pro­ba­tion and as­sessed a $200 vic­tim sur­charge for break and en­ter with in­tent to com­mit of­fence and as­sessed a $200 vic­tim sur­charge for breach­ing pro­ba­tion. Hugh­son was in cus­tody for 29 days prior to sen­tenc­ing.

• Matthew Neil Izony (born 1977) was sen­tenced to 76 days in jail and two years pro­ba­tion and as­sessed a $200 vic­tim sur­charge for as­sault and as­sessed a $200 vic­tim sur­charge for as­sault­ing a peace of­fi­cer. Izony was in cus­tody for 47 days prior to sen­tenc­ing.

• Braeden McIntyre (born 1996) was sen­tenced to one year pro­ba­tion with a con­di­tional dis­charge and as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for as­sault.

• Sean Patrick Pat­ter­son (born 1971) was as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for breach­ing re­lease con­di­tions. Pat­ter­son was in cus­tody for 12 days prior to sen­tenc­ing.

• Ethan Wil­fred Weet­man (born 1997) was sen­tenced to 10 months pro­ba­tion with a con­di­tional dis­charge and as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for be­ing un­law­fully in dwelling­house.

• Karen Kim­berly DeWolfe (born 1970) was pro­hib­ited from driv­ing for 90 days and fined $750 plus a $113 vic­tim sur­charge for driv­ing with­out due care and at­ten­tion un­der the Mo­tor Ve­hi­cle Act, com­mit­ted in Macken­zie.

• Al­fons Richard Holtz (born 1967) was sen­tenced to 18 months pro­ba­tion with a sus­pended sen­tence and as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for as­sault and to one day in jail for breach­ing re­lease con­di­tions. Holtz spent five days in cus­tody prior to sen­tenc­ing.

• Leonard John Joseph Jr. (born 1981) was sen­tenced to 19 days in jail and six months pro­ba­tion and as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for mis­chief $5,000 or un­der. Joseph was in cus­tody for five days prior to sen­tenc­ing.

• Kevin Neiszner (born 1967) was sen­tenced to 18 months pro­ba­tion, is­sued a two-year firearms pro­hi­bi­tion and as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for as­sault with a weapon.

• Kale Ray­mond Lewis Comeau (born 1984) was as­sessed $300 in vic­tim sur­charges for un­law­fully be­ing in a dwelling house and two counts of breach­ing pro­ba­tion. Comeau spent 24 days in cus­tody prior to sen­tenc­ing.

• Stephen Daniel John­stone (born 1978) was fined $200 plus a $60 vic­tim sur­charge for breach­ing pro­ba­tion, com­mit­ted in Mis­sion.

• Robert Leonard Nose­wor­thy (born 1969) was sen­tenced to one year pro­ba­tion and as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for pos­ses­sion of stolen prop­erty un­der $5,000.

• Westly Win­ston Nose­wor­thy (born 1979) was sen­tenced to one year pro­ba­tion, is­sued a two-year firearms pro­hi­bi­tion and as­sessed $300 in vic­tim sur­charges for as­sault, pos­ses­sion of a break-in in­stru­ment and theft $5,000 or un­der and as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for breach­ing re­lease con­di­tions. Nose­wor­thy was in cus­tody for 23 days prior to sen­tenc­ing.

• Kurt Werner Stein­hauser (born 1982) was sen­tenced to 27 days in jail and one year pro­ba­tion and as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for theft $5,000 or un­der and will­fully re­sist­ing or ob­struct­ing a peace of­fi­cer.

• Jag­ger James Wil­liam Hurry (born 1993) was sen­tenced to 90 days in jail, served on an in­ter­mit­tent ba­sis, and one year pro­ba­tion, is­sued a 10-year firearms pro­hi­bi­tion and as­sessed a $200 vic­tim sur­charge for pos­ses­sion for the pur­pose of traf­fick­ing, com­mit­ted in McBride. He was also sen­tenced to six months house ar­rest and six months pro­ba­tion and as­sessed $400 in vic­tim sur­charges for dis­guis­ing his face with in­tent to com­mit of­fence and break and en­ter with in­tent to com­mit an of­fence, com­mit­ted in Van­der­hoof. Hurry was in cus­tody for 10 days af­ter his ar­rest.

• Michael Praveen Raey (born 1990) was sen­tenced to one day in jail and as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for fail­ing to ap­pear in court.

• Jared Ken­neth MacDon­ald (born 1981) was pro­hib­ited from driv­ing for one year and fined $500 plus a $75 vic­tim sur­charge for driv­ing while pro­hib­ited or li­cence sus­pended un­der the Mo­tor Ve­hi­cle Act, sen­tenced to seven days in jail and as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for breach­ing pro­ba­tion, to two days in jail and one year pro­ba­tion and as­sessed $200 in vic­tim sur­charges for theft $5,000 or un­der and will­fully re­sist­ing or ob­struct­ing a peace of­fi­cer and to one day in jail and as­sessed a $100 vic­tim sur­charge for fail­ing to ap­pear in court. MacDon­ald was in cus­tody for two days prior to sen­tenc­ing.

Highlights in­clude a talk by Me­lanie Mark, the provin­cial min­is­ter of ad­vanced ed­u­ca­tion, skills and train­ing, on the topic about how post-sec­ondary in­sti­tu­tions can be al­lies to peo­ple who are ex­cluded from uni­ver­si­ties. This event goes at UNBC’s Can­for Win­ter Gar­den at 11 a.m. Thurs­day.

Brenda But­ter­worth-Carr, who is the for­mer Prince Ge­orge RCMP de­tach­ment su­per­in­ten­dent, will re­turn to Prince Ge­orge to talk about women and lead­er­ship in polic­ing as she is now the RCMP deputy com­mis­sioner and com­mand­ing of­fi­cer of E di­vi­sion, over­see­ing B.C. This event goes Satur­day at 1 p.m. at UNBC’s Weld­wood The­atre, Room 7-238.

Open­ing cer­e­monies for the event are 9:30 a.m. today in UNBC’s Win­ter Gar­den.

A sched­ule of events is on­line at unbc.ca/in­spir­ing-women.

Highlights in­clude a talk by Me­lanie Mark...

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