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In Prince George Provincial Court December 18:

Jason T. George was given four months in jail for robbery.

Frederick S. Krizanowski was sentenced to 14 days in jail for failing to comply with a probation order. He was given an additional five months in jail and put on probation for one year for assault causing bodily harm.

Brian A. Burger was sentenced to one day in jail for failing to comply with a probation order.

Robert H. Potts was given a six-month conditional sentence, is prohibited from driving for three years, and was ordered to pay a $50 victim surcharge for driving with a blood/alcohol reading over .08 milligrams.

In Prince George Provincial Court December 19:

David E. Lawrence was sentenced to two days in jail for failing to appear in court.

In Prince George Provincial Court December 20:

Brent R. Collison was fined $600 and is prohibited from driving for one year for impaired driving.

Gerald D. Fellers was given a one-year conditional sentence and ordered to pay a $100 victim surcharge for possession of stolen property over $5,000.

Michael P. Flaherty was fined $600, ordered to pay a $90 victim surcharge and is prohibited from driving for one year for driving with a blood/alcohol reading over .08 milligrams.

Alex J. Laliberte was put on probation for one year and ordered to pay a $50 victim surcharge for mischief to property under $5,000.

Mark W. Larabee was sentenced to seven days in jail for failing to attend court. He was given another seven days in jail for failing to comply with the conditions of an undertaking or recognizance. A 45-day sentence was also given out to Larabee for fraud under $5,000.

Peter J. Murdock was fined $575 and is prohibited from driving for one year for a Motor Vehicle Act infraction.

Kevin B. Neiszner was fined $200 for failing to appear in court.

Robert A. Thomson was sentenced to one day in jail for resisting a peace officer. He was given another one day in jail sentence for possession of property over $5,000. Another day in jail was handed out to him for theft of property under $5,000 and he was fined $250 for failing to appear in court. Thomson received a seven-month conditional sentence and was put on probation for one year for possession. A one-month conditional sentence was given for possession of stolen property.

Joshua R. Frulling was fined $575 and is prohibited from driving for one year for a Motor Vehicle Act infraction.

Kevin J. Andrews was fined $600 and is prohibited from driving for one year for impaired driving.

In Prince George Provincial Court December 21:

Aaron J. Duperson was sentenced to 24 days in jail on each of two counts of failing to comply with a probation order.

He was also sentenced to 30 days in jail for resisting a peace officer.

Roger D. Johnson was sentenced to 52 days in jail for uttering threats of death or serious bodily harm. He was given another 52 days in jail for failing to comply with the conditions of an undertaking or recognizance.

Calvin L. Stephens was sentenced to 25 days in jail for theft of property over $5,000.

John H. Thompson was sentenced to 14 days in jail for failing to comply with the conditions of an undertaking or recognizance. Thompson was also sentenced to 21 days in jail on a second count of failing to comply with the conditions of an undertaking or recognizance. And, 35 days in jail on the third count of the same.

In Prince George Provincial Court December 22:

Christie L. Atherfold was sentenced to one day in jail in addition to 14 already served for theft under $5,000. A similar sentence was given for failing to attend court and a third for failing to comply with a probation order.

Charles C. Chingee was sentenced to one day in jail plus the 37 days already served for failing to attend court. He was given a similar sentence for resisting a peace officer and for failing to comply with a probation order.

Gerald D. Fellers was sentenced to one year and five days in jail for theft over $5,000. Another five-month sentence was given to Fellers for possession of a break-in instrument.

Raymond J. Holland was given a suspended sentence and put on probation for six months for failing to comply with a probation order.

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