Man enters guilty plea in Kentville Masonic Lodge theft case
A Kentville man has pleaded guilty to one count of theft over $5,000.
Daniel Gordon Parks, 60, changed his plea to guilty during an appearance in Kentville provincial court Oct. 30.
The charge against Parks stems from an investigation into complaints of theft from the Kentville Masonic Lodge Association.
According to information filed in court documents, the thefts occurred between July 12, 2015 and Dec. 6, 2016.
Parks is scheduled to return to Kentville provincial court Feb. 14, 2018 for a pre-sentence report and sentencing.
A Brooklyn Corner man has some fines to pay following his day in court.
Andrew Michael Laing, 30, appeared in Kentville provincial court for sentencing Oct. 30.
Laing entered guilty pleas for two charges, failing to comply with a probation order and unlawfully possessing cannabis (less than 30 grams).
He was fined $300 for failing to obey the conditions of probation, and ordered to pay an addition $150 for the possession charge.
The offences occurred Dec. 22.