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Charlottetown woman gets suspended sentence for stealing wallet
A Charlottetown woman who used a stolen bank card at convenience stores around the capital city will be on probation for a year. Desiree Miranda McKeough, 25, pleaded guilty to theft and failure to appear in court. In September, McKeough took a ...
Charlottetown man who was a no-show in court, found guilty of impaired driving
A P.E.I. man was tried ex parte in provincial court in Charlottetown recently after he failed to appear for his trial. Darren Gerard Campbell, 42, was charged with impaired driving in August and then with failure to appear in court in ...
Summerside man faces child pornography-related charges
A 28-year-old Summerside man is facing child pornography-related charges. The charges stem from an ongoing investigation by the Summerside Police Services’ major crime unit. The investigation culminated in a search of the ...
Summerside woman charged for driving while over three times the legal limit
A 32-year-old Summerside woman is facing impaired driving charges after providing breath samples more than three times the legal limit on Sunday. Summerside police responded to a report of an impaired driver leaving the Water Street area just ...
Charlottetown council makes appointments to affordable housing, youth committee boards
Charlottetown city council recently passed a resolution naming representatives that will serve on the community and advisory boards for a two-year term. The following appointments have been approved as recommended by council, effective ...
P.E.I. man jailed for collision that saw three passengers ejected from his vehicle
A P.E.I. man who left the scene after his passengers were ejected from his vehicle was sentenced recently to 16 months in jail on three counts of drunk driving causing bodily harm. Stephen Paul Collings, 42, appeared before Chief Justice Tracey ...
Bienvenue: meet the newcomers learning French in P.E.I.
Richard Xu and Sarah Huang were eager to learn after coming to Canada. English lessons weren’t needed because they were already fluent. But they didn’t know any French. Living in the bustling city of Beijing, China, with its population ...
IRAC hears appeal for 30-megawatt wind farm rejected by rural P.E.I. council
The P.E.I. Energy Corporation (PEIEC) says a municipality went against its own bylaws when denying a 30-megawatt wind farm expansion. "This was a very technical application that was placed before this small, rural municipality, and they ...
P.E.I. man receives house arrest for assaults, other charges
A P.E.I. man who pleaded guilty to four charges, including two counts of assault, was sentenced recently to seven months of house arrest. Daniel Leigh Labobe, 27, appeared before Judge Nancy Orr in provincial court in Charlottetown for sentencing ...
Jail time for Montague man who swapped sunglasses in store
A Montague man who walked off with a new pair of sunglasses will spend a few days in jail after the store pressed charges nearly a year later. Torson Nicholas Ohlandt, 43, pleaded guilty in provincial court in Charlottetown to possession of ...