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SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. – A 39-year-old Summerside man has been sentenced for multiple charges after appearing in court recently.
Anthony Troy Pitts has pleaded guilty to one count of breaking and entering into Tube Fab, possession of instruments suitable for breaking and entering, two counts of stealing merchandise from Kent Building Supplies and Frito Lay, respectively, and one count of assault against a female victim.
The assault charge took place in August while all the other charges are from November. All of the offences took place in Summerside.
In relation to the assault, Pitts received a suspended sentence. For the break and enter charges he was ordered to serve 112 days in jail, though he received credit for the equivalent of 43 days he served in custody since his arrest. He must also submit a DNA sample to the national criminal database and serve 18 months of probation.