Allen sentenced for assault
AMHERST – Marco Killian Allen, 20, of Willow Street, Amherst, was found guilty of committing assault with a weapon, a bat, during court on Monday, and was sentenced 60 days custody and 12 months probation, with conditions, including a 10-year weapons prohibition and a victim fine surcharge of $50, which must be paid by Sept. 29.
The incident occurred July 1, 2010, in Amherst.
Field sentenced to house arrest
AMHERST – John Russell Field, 34, of Clarence Street, Amherst, pleaded no contest to break and entering an office of a restaurant on Victoria Street with intent to commit and indictable offence and was sentenced to a conditional sentence of 21 days house arrest, with conditions during Monday’s court proceedings. Field will also make restitution to the restaurant in the amount of $200.
The incident occurred between Nov. 1, 2002, and Feb. 4, 2003 in Amherst.
Ballard sentenced to probation
AMHERST – Kendall Roy Ballard, 48, of Salisbury, N.B., was sentenced to four days custody and 12 months probation, with conditions, after pleading guilty in court on Monday to failing to comply with an order to not operate or have care and control of a motor vehicle.
The incident occurred Sept. 5, 2010, in Westchester.
Buchanan sentenced for failing breathalyzer
AMHERST – Aaron Buchanan, 40, of Victoria Street Springhill, was sentenced to a fine of $1,380 and a one-year driving prohibition after pleading guilty in court on Monday to driving a motor vehicle while his blood alcohol level exceeded .08 per cent.
The incident occurred May 15 in Southampton.
Emslie sentenced to probation
AMHERST – Alexander Blaine Emslie, 21, of Wallace Bay, was given a suspended sentence with 12 months probation after pleading guilty in court on Monday to committing assault, causing bodily harm.
The incident occurred May 24 in Pugwash.
Phinney sentenced to 30 days custody
AMHERST – Christian Jake Phinney, 21, of Sackville, N.B., was sentenced to 30 days intermittent custody during Monday’s court proceedings, after pleading guilty to failing to comply with an order to abstain completely from the consumption or possession of alcohol and illegal, non-prescribed drugs.
The incident occurred May 16 in Amherst.