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Neil John Calder, 21, of 8 Fir St., Springhill, was sentenced to three months custody after being found guilty of one count each of break and enter, and failing to comply with a probation order.

Calder was given the same three-month custodial sentence for each count, concurrent to one another yet consecutive to any sentences hes presently serving.

The incidents occurred March 29, 2009, in Springhill.



MacKay admits to conditional sentence order breach

Murray John MacKay, 56, of 10 Prince Arthur St., Amherst, and formerly of 19038 Highway 2, Nappan, was sentenced to custody after admitting to a breach of a conditional sentence order.

MacKay was originally given an 18-month conditional sentence order in October 2008 after pleading guilty to one count of uttering threats to cause bodily harm

He was also given a three-month concurrent conditional sentence for failing to comply with a probation order.

In April 2009, MacKay admitted to breaching the order and had the order suspended. He was sentenced to 30 days in custody, with the conditional sentence order to resume following his release.

MacKay was in custody and appeared in court Feb. 15, 2010, on an allegation he breached the conditional sentence order once again, to which he acknowledged the following day.

MacKays conditional sentence order was terminated and MacKay was ordered to spend the remaining 78 days in custody.

MacKay also entered guilty pleas to two additional counts of failing to comply with a probation order, and was sentenced to 30 days custody for each count, concurrent to one another and the other sentences imposed.

The probation breach incidents occurred Feb. 1 and 11, 2010, in Amherst.



Burbine changes pleas

Brandon Colby Burbine, 21, of 1 Admore Ave., Amherst, was sentenced to 90 days in custody after changing his plea to guilty on numerous charges.

Burbine changed his plea to guilty to three counts of failing to comply with a probation order and was sentenced to 90 days custody on each count, concurrent to each another and any other sentences imposed that same day or that hes presently serving.

The custodial sentences can be served intermittently from 8 p.m. Fridays to 7 a.m. Mondays.

While not in custody and for six months following the custodial sentences, Burbine is to abide by a probation order with reporting.

He was also ordered to pay restitution in the amounts of $515, $53 and $80, each by July 2, 2010.

The incidents occurred between March 14, 2008, and April 14, 2009, and on May 18, 2009, in Amherst.



Collins given probation

Diane Arlene Collins, 54, of 39 Yorke Brand Rd., Diligent River, was given a conditional discharge following six months probation after she changed her plea to guilty to one count of assault.

Collins probation comes with reporting, as well as a $50 victim fine surcharge to have been paid the day of sentencing.

The incident occurred Nov. 5, 2009, in Diligent River.



Cole changes plea to resisting peace officer

Tim James Cole, 35, of 45 Havelock St., Amherst, was given a suspended sentence of eight months probation after changing his plea to guilty to one count of resisting a peace officer.

Coles probation order comes with reporting and conditions.

The incident occurred Oct. 1, 2009, in Amherst.



Livingston found guilty, sentenced to custody

Bernard Frederick Livingston, 62, of 18 Prince Arthur St., Amherst, was sentenced to 30 days custody after being found guilty of three criminal charges.

Livingston was found guilty to one count each of theft under $5,000, causing a public disturbance and failing to comply with a recognizance.

He was sentenced to 30 days custody for each count, concurrent to each other.

The incidents occurred Aug. 2, 2009, in Amherst.



Legere pleads guilty to probation breach

Michael Charles Legere, 48, of 8 Terris St., Springhill, will return for sentencing later this month after pleading guilty three counts of failing to comply with a probation order.

Leger will return for sentencing on Feb. 22, 2010, at 1:30 p.m.

The incidents occurred between Dec. 2, 2009, and Jan. 27, 2010, in Amherst.

His undertaking has been continued.



Bayford to return for sentencing

Tyler Martin Bayford, 28, of 5216 Main St., Oxford, will return for sentencing next month after entering a guilty plea to one count of possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking.

The Crown has requested a pre-sentence report.

Bayford will return for sentencing at 1:30 p.m. on March 29, 2010.

The incident occurred Dec. 17, 2009, in Oxford.



Boss pleads guilty to theft

Troy Jason Boss, 25, of 59 Albion St., Amherst, will return for sentencing in March after pleading guilty to one count of theft under $5,000.

Boss will return for sentencing on March 30, 2010, at 9:30 a.m.

The incident occurred Sept. 16, 2009, in Amherst.



LeBlanc pleads guilty to drug charge

Natasha Elizabeth LeBlanc, 22, of 5216 Main St., Oxford, will return for sentencing late next month after pleading guilty to one count of possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking.

A pre-sentence report has been requested.

LeBlanc will return for sentencing on March 29, 2010, at 1:30 p.m.

The incident occurred Dec. 17, 2009, in Oxford.



Arsenault pleads guilty to failing breathalyser

Katrina Ann Arsenault, 36, of 1030 James St., Amherst, was fined a total of $1,380 after pleading guilty to one count of failing the breathalyser.

Arsenault was given a $1,200 fine and $180 surcharge, or 21 consecutive days in custody, to be paid by Feb. 15, 2011.

She was also given a 12-month driving prohibition and can apply for the ignition interlock device program after 90 days is she so chooses.

The incident occurred Nov. 12, 2009, in Amherst.



Forrest fined for breathalyser failure

James William Forrest, 23, of 49 Chapel St., Parrsboro, was fined a total of $1,380 after entering a guilty plea to one count of failing the breathalyser.

Forrest was given a $1,200 fine and $180 surcharge, or 21 days in jail, to be paid by Oct. 15, 2010.

He was also give a 12-month driving prohibition and can apply for the ignition interlock device program after 90 days is he so chooses.

The incident occurred Dec. 6, 2009, in Amherst.



Harroun pleads guilty to marijuana possession

Joseph Harroun, 20, of 216 McGee St., Springhill, was fined $575 after pleading guilty to one count of possession of marijuana.

Harroun was fined $500, as well as a $75 surcharge, or eight days in custody. He has until Aug. 16, 2010, to pay the fine.

The incident occurred Jan. 22, 2010, in Springhill.



Jeffreys sentenced to custody for breathalyser charge

David Malcolm Jeffreys, 29, of 11212 Highway 6, South Pugwash, was sentenced to 30 days custody after pleading guilty to one count of refusing the breathalyser.

Jeffreys will serve the sentence intermittently from 8 p.m. Fridays to 4 p.m. Sundays, and is to abide by a probation order with conditions when not in custody.

A 12-month driving prohibition was also enforced, and Jeffreys can apply for the ignition interlock device program after 90 days if he so chooses.

The incident occurred Nov. 14, 2009, in Fox Harbour.



MacLean fined for breaching probation, drug charge

Aaron Bruce MacLean, 19, of 4784 Main St., Oxford, was fined more than $700 after pleading guilty to one count each of failing to comply with a probation order and possession of marijuana.

MacLean was given a $500 fine and $75 surcharge, or eight consecutive days in custody, for the probation breach, and a $150 fine and $22.50 surcharge, or two consecutive days in custody, for the drug charge.

He has until Aug. 16, 2010, to pay the fines.

The incidents occurred Dec. 17, 2009, in Oxford.



Matthews changes plea to marijuana production

William Kenneth Charles Matthews, 41, of Collingwood, was fined $1,000 after changing his plea to guilty to one count of unlawful production of marijuana.

Matthews has until Aug. 16, 2010, to pay the fine, or spend 16 days in custody.

The incident occurred Aug. 28, 2009, in Wyvern



Stevens changes plea

Dale Jacob Stevens, 21, of 3184 Hansford Rd., Hansford, was given a suspended sentenced of four months probation after changing his plea to guilty to one count of failing to comply with an undertaking.

His probationary period comes with reporting and conditions, as well as 10 hours of community service work to be completed by the end of his probation.

The incident occurred Oct. 18, 2009, in Oxford.



Ripley to return for sentencing

Ryan Douglas Ripley, 26, of 29 Ripley Branch Rd., Fenwick, will return for sentencing in April after entering guilty pleas to one count each of failing the breathalyser and failing to appear for identification purposes.

The Crown has requested a pre-sentence report.

Ripley will return for sentencing on April 1, 2010, at 9:30 a.m.

The incidents occurred Sept. 18, 2009, in Amherst.



Stonehouse failed breathalyser

Allan Ronald James Stonehouse, 24, of 27 Cowan St., Springhill, was fined $1,000 after pleading guilty to one count of failing the breathalyser.

Stonehouse has until Aug. 16, 2010, to pay the fine, or spend 15 days in custody.

He was also given a 12-month driving prohibition and can apply for the ignition interlock device program after 90 days if he so chooses.

The incident occurred Nov. 22, 2009, in Amherst.

Organizations: Ripley Branch

Geographic location: Amherst, Springhill, Oxford Diligent River Parrsboro Fox Harbour

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