Kyle Blais: 2 counts of assault, not guilty plea, court set for February 7, 2019
Gerhard Hans Borgmann: operating a vehicle while disqualified, impaired, blood alcohol over legal limit, disqualified driver, not guilty plea, court set for February 7, 2019.
Myrna Francis Cardinal: driving a motor vehicle without insurance, court set for April 5, 2019.
Denis Daniel Diesel: driving while disqualified, exceeding maximum speed, transporting liquor and operating unregistered motor vehicle, driving motor vehicle without insurance, court set for November 26, in Peace River.
Aspin Elkins: obstruction/resisting arrest, court set for December 6.
Shane Travis Lambert: 2 counts fail to comply and one of harassment, trial set for January 3, 2019.
Clarence Peter Payou: impaired operation of a vehicle, blood alcohol over the legal limit, dangerous operation of a vehicle and operating a vehicle while disqualified, possession of stolen property, theft of a motor vehicle and theft under $5000, endorsed warrant issued.
Emanuel Richman: owner of vehicle involved in traffic violation, conviction set aside, trial February 7, 2019.
Mathew David Schultz: Impaired Driving and driving over .08, court date November 1.
Rebecca L. Stafford: mischief- damage, court set for April 5.
Richard Wayne Wagner: disqualified driving plea reserved until November 1.
Leigh Kenneth Ward: driving motor vehicle while disqualified and driving motor vehicle with no insurance, not guilty plea, trial set for January 3, 2019.
Western Air Spray INC: providing false information and two commence/continue prosecution, court date set for November 1.
Aciff Williams: impaired operation of a vehicle, blood alcohol over the legal limit, dangerous operation of a vehicle, adjourned until November 1.
Tyler James Williams: assault, breach of probation and uttering threats, not guilty plea, trial set for February 7, 2019.
Boyd Gary Romanko: driving while impaired, warrant issued.
Vernon Laboucan: exceed maximum speed, failure to hold a valid license, has until December 21 to pay fines of $89 and $310 respectively.
The trial of Triple G Trucking Ltd., represented by its driver Shawn Snyder, took place on the charge of failing to stop when a HP SD bus had its stop sign extended and red lights flashing during the after student drop off on Highway 2.
Bus driver Myrna Lanctot and HPSD human resources supervisor, Diane Elliot took the stand as witnesses.
With witness testimony and on-board bus video the court established that Shawn Snyder who was driving the Triple G. truck at the time of the incident had failed to stop. Snyder was fined $456.