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COURT: Recent court proceedings from the Summerside Provincial Courthouse

Walfied sentenced

SUMMERSIDE – A Summerside man has pleaded not guilty to assault.

Travis Wayne Walfield appeared in Summerside Provincial Court recently to answer to a charge of assault for a Dec. 21 incident.

The 46-year-old was sentenced to 14 days consecutive imprisonment and must serve 18-months of probation. He was also fined a $100 victim surcharge.

Walfied also appeared in court to answer to charges of impaired operation of a motor vehicle, to which he pleaded not guilty.

The incident is said to have occurred on Dec. 24 at or near New Annan.

He was fined a second $100 victim surcharge and must serve 30 days intermittent imprisonment.

Bernard given probation for possession of weapon

SUMMERSIDE – A Lennox Island man has pleaded guilty to possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose.

David A. Bernard, 39, appeared in provincial court recently for a May 22 incident where Bernard had possession of a machete.

He was given 12 months of probation and must pay a $100 victim surcharge.

Hughes pleads guilty

SUMMERSIDE – A 66-year-old man has pleaded guilty to impaired operation of a motor vehicle.

George Patrick Hughes, of Miscouche, appeared in court recently for a June 4 incident.

He was fined $1,000, must pay a $300 victim surcharge and is prohibited from driving for 12 months.

He will serve three days imprisonment.

Nineteen-year-old pleads guilty to impaired driving

SUMMERSIDE – A Glenwood man has pleaded guilty to impaired driving with blood alcohol levels above the legal limit.

Bryce Keir MacNeill, 19, appeared in court recently for an incident at or near portage on July 1.

He was sentenced to three days imprisonment and fined $1,000 and must pay a $300 victim surcharge. He must also serve a 12-month driving prohibition.

Lamey pleads guilty to theft

SUMMERSIDE – A Charlottetown woman has pleaded guilty to two counts of theft not exceeding $5,000.

Nisa Jordan Lamey, 23, appeared in Summerside provincial court recently to answer to the March 25 and 28 incidents. She was given a suspended sentence and must serve 18 months of probation. She must also pay $200 in victim surcharges.

Leblanc pleads guilty to theft

SUMMERSIDE – A Summerside man has pleaded guilty to theft not exceeding $5,000. Christien Joseph Leblanc, 18, appeared in Summerside provincial court recently to answer the charge.

According to the court documents, between March 1 and 19 stole lottery tickets and money from the property of St. Eleanors Circle K Irving.

He received a suspended sentence and is subject to 18 months of probation.

He must also pay a $100 victim surcharge.

Noye pleads guilty to impairment

SUMMERSIDE – A 60-year-old man has pleaded guilty to operating a motor vehicle with blood alcohol levels above the legal limit.

Gregory Russell Noye, of Summerside, appeared in court recently for the April 27 incident.

He will serve 60 days intermittent imprisonment, is subject to 18 months of probation and a 24-month driving prohibition.

He must also pay a $100 victim surcharge.

Lannon pleads guilty to theft

SUMMERSIDE – An O’Leary woman has pleaded guilty to two counts of theft not exceeding $5,000.

Tammy L Lannon, 50, appeared in Summerside provincial court recently to answer to the May 4 and Aug. 1 incidents.

She will serve 30 days concurrent imprisonment, pay a $100 victim surcharge and is subject to 18 months of probation.

Disqualified driver pleads guilty

SUMMERSIDE – A 20-year-old Summerside man has pleaded guilty to driving while disqualified.

Mataio Leigh Rogers appeared in Summerside provincial court recently to answer to the charge for the May 14 incident.

Rogers was given a suspended sentence and is subject to 18 months of probation. He must pay a $100 victim surcharge and will be under a 12-month driving prohibition.

Summerside man refuses breathalyzer 

SUMMERSIDE – A Summerside man has pleaded guilty to refusing to provide a breathalyzer sample.

James Joseph Gallant, 65, appeared in court recently to answer to the charge for the April 8 incident.

According to the court documents, Gallant refused to comply with a demand made by Const. Joel Robichaud to determine whether Gallant was operating a motor vehicle while impaired.

He will serve seven days intermittent imprisonment, with probation lasting until his sentence is served.

He is also subject to a 12-month driving prohibition, was fined $1,000 and must pay a $300 victim surcharge.

Horne pleads guilty to impaired driving

SUMMERSIDE – An O’Leary woman has pleaded guilty to operating a motor vehicle while blood alcohol levels were above the legal limit.

Myrna Joyce Horne, 52, appeared in court recently and was sentenced to three days imprisonment.

She was fine $1,000 and must pay a $300 victim surcharge. She is also subject to a 12-month driving prohibition.

DeCoste sentenced

SUMMERSIDE – A Linkletter woman has pleaded guilty operating a motor vehicle while blood alcohol levels were above the legal limit.

Karen Lynn DeCoste, 59, appeared in court recently to answer to the charge for the June 30 incident.

She was sentenced to three days imprisonment. She was fined $1,000 and must pay a $100 victim surcharge. She is also subject to a 12-month driving prohibition.

Waite pleads guilty

SUMMERSIDE – A Kensington man has pleaded guilty to breaching a probation order.

Paul Orvell Waite, 58, appeared in court recently for the Aug. 11 incident.

He was fined $500 and must pay a $150 victim surcharge.

Man pleads guilty to assault

SUMMERSIDE – A 40-year-old man pleaded guilty to a number of charges including assault and uttering threats.  

The man, who will not be identified due to a publication ban, will serve 36 concurrent imprisonment for the June 17 incident that occurred at or near Summerside.

He also pleaded guilty to two charges breach of undertaking and was sentenced to 30 days consecutive imprisonment, and possession of methamphetamine and marijuana, to which he was sentenced to five days concurrent and five days consecutive imprisonment.

He must also pay $500 in victim surcharges and will subject to 18 months of probation.

Worth pleads guilty to break-in

SUMMERSIDE – A Charlottetown man has pleaded to one charge of breaking and entering.

Jeremy Randall Worth, 38, appeared in court recently to answer to the January 21 incident.

According to the court documents, Worth broke into a building at 653 Rte. 130 Victoria West.

He was sentenced to 89 days consecutive imprisonment. He is also subject to 18 months of probation and must pay a $100 victim surcharge.

Worth also appeared for a break and enter charge for an April 4 incident in Guernsey Cove.

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