Brushes with the law

The Gulf News (Port aux Basques) - - News -

Jor­den McKay did have a crim­i­nal his­tory, in­clud­ing out­stand­ing is­sues be­fore the courts. Prior con­vic­tions: 2018: Sen­tenced to serve 60 days in prison and 12 months of pro­ba­tion for two breaches of a pro­ba­tion or­der 2017: Sen­tenced to serve two days in jail, time served, and 12 months of pro­ba­tion for a breach of pro­ba­tion and breach of an un­der­tak­ing. 2016: Sen­tenced to six days in jail, time served, and two years of pro­ba­tion for as­sault, ut­ter­ing threats and two counts each of breach­ing pro­ba­tion and two court or­ders. He was also or­dered to pro­vide a sam­ple of his DNA and sub­jected to a firearms pro­hi­bi­tion for five years. 2015: Given a sus­pended sen­tence with 12 months of pro­ba­tion and a $150 com­pen­sa­tion or­der for breach­ing pro­ba­tion. 2013: Sen­tenced to four months of house ar­rest and 14 months of pro­ba­tion for as­sault, as­sault with a weapon and be­ing un­law­fully in a dwelling house. Mr. McKay also had nine out­stand­ing charges be­fore the court. He had a one-day trial set for Jan. 7 on charges of as­sault and three pro­ba­tion breaches. The re­main­ing charges against him, in­clud­ing as­sault, mis­chief, breach of an un­der­tak­ing and two counts of breach­ing pro­ba­tion, were all sup­posed to be called Jan. 7 also.

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