Brushes with the law
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.