Michael Walter Forbes, 38, of 84 Eddy St., Amherst, was given a conditional discharge following probation after pleading guilty to one count of assaulting Justin Cruickshank.
The six-month probation comes with conditions, including a $200 donation to the United Way of Cumberland County within the first five months, and a $50 surcharge to be paid by Nov. 19, 2009.
The incident occurred July 5, 2009, in Parrsboro.
Terrio pleads guilty to failing
Peter Francis Terrio, 44, of 18 West Pleasant St., Amherst, was sentenced to custody after pleading guilty to one count each of failing the breathalyser and failing to comply with an undertaking.
For failing the breathalyser, Terrio was sentenced to 120 days in custody.
A three-year driving prohibition was enforced.
For breaching his undertaking, Terrio was sentenced to 30 days custody, concurrent to the other sentence imposed.
The incidents occurred July 3, 2009, in East Southampton.
Ripley fined for illegal cigarettes
Sandra D. Ripley, 58, of 825 Chignecto Mines Road, Maccan, was fined more than $2,000 after pleading guilty to a number of charges involving illegal cigarettes.
Ripley was given a $599.12 fine, or nine consecutive days in custody, for each of two counts of selling, bartering or offering for sale or a gift tobacco products.
She also entered a guilty plea to one count of possession of unmarked tobacco and was given a fine of $1,193.84, or 18 consecutive days.
All fines are payable by Oct. 19, 2011.
The incidents occurred May 26, 2009, in Amherst, and June 3 and 30, 2009, in Maccan.
Montrose sentenced to custody
Douglas Anthony Montrose, 39, of 3859 Highway 204, East Leicester, was sentenced to a total of 35 days custody after entering a guilty plea to one count each of failing the breathalyser and theft under $5,000.
Montrose was given 30 days in custody for the breathalyser charge, and five consecutive days for the theft charge.
The breathalyser charge also saw a driving prohibition be enforced for three years, and Montrose can apply for the ignition interlock device program after 15 months if he so chooses.
The incidents occurred June 28, 2009, in Fenwick, and May 13, 2009, in Amherst, respectively.