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A P.E.I. man who damaged a woman’s cellphone, breached a recognizance and obstructed a police officer was recently given a 60-day conditional sentence.
Christopher David Corrigan, 39, appeared before Judge Nancy Orr in provincial court in Charlottetown for sentencing after previously entering guilty pleas to the three charges.
The court heard Corrigan spent six days in custody after his arrest.
With the conditional sentence, Corrigan must stay in his residence unless he has his supervisor’s permission and he will have to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet.
He will also be on probation for one year and must pay $400 in restitution.