Not guilty of assault
Judge Claus Thietke found Timothy Lloyd Emard not guilty of one charge of assault.
Passing a stopped school bus results in a fine
Marc Daniel Gosselin changed his not guilty plea to guilty, related to passing a stopped school bus.
Gosselin received a $465 fine for the incident.
Blood alcohol level over .08
Tammy Dillabough pled guilty to a charge of driving with a blood alcohol level over. 08.
The Crown withdrew the charge of impaired driving.
Dillabough apologized to the court her action and said she has learned a valuable lesson from this incident.
Judge Claus Thietke noted that Nolette accepted responsibility for his actions at the first opportunity and that he has no criminal record.
Nolette received a $1,000 fine, $300 surcharge and a one-year driving prohibition.
Marc Aubin has pled not guilty to one charge of assault with a weapon and one charge of mischief to property under $5,000. His next court appearance will be on Sept. 6 in Falher, for trial.
Gary Joseph Salopree’s case was returned to High Level for a bail review.
Salopree is facing multiple charges, including causing a disturbance, resisting a peace officer, assaulting a peace officer, being intoxicated in public, uttering threats to cause bodily harm, trespassing on premises and failing to comply with an undertaking.
Albert J. Deslauriers’ case was returned to Peace River on March 5 for a guilty plea to one charge driving with a blood alcohol level over .08. Deslauriers received a one-year driving prohibition, a $1,000 fine and a $300 surcharge. He can apply for the interlock program after three months.
Jeffery Joseph Burback’s case was deferred to April 5 and he is facing one charge of unauthorized possession of a weapon.
Cheri Lily Isadore’s case has been deferred to April 5 and she is facing one charge of public mischief and one charge of unlawful harassment.
Robin Erin Johnson’s case has been deferred to April 5. Johnson is facing one charge of using a forged document and one charge of possessing stolen property.
Chad Roger Wood’s case is deferred to April 5. He is facing one charge of break and enter, one charge of initiating a false alarm and one charge of theft under $5,000.
Blair Bush’s case has been deferred to April 5 and he is facing one charge of impaired driving and one charge of driving with a blood alcohol level over .08.
Sheila A. L’Hirondelle’s case has been deferred until April 5. She is facing one charge of driving a motor vehicle while impaired and one charge of driving with a blood alcohol level over .08.
Clayton Payou, facing one charge of driving a motor vehicle while disqualified, has had his case adjourned until April 5.
Jennifer Helen Emard is facing one charge of assault. Her next appearance in Falher is April 5.
Candace Marie Payou, who was facing one charge of theft of a motor vehicle, had her case dismissed.
Ray Curtis Best, who was facing one charge of failing to hold a valid driver’s license and one charge of failing to stop, had his case dismissed.