Farm theft trial date set for December

An Alix man charged in connection with the theft of a quad on a Tees farm last spring where a farmer shot at the suspects will appear in court in December.

Court Report

An Alix man charged in connection with the theft of a quad on a Tees farm last spring where a farmer shot at the suspects will appear in court in December.

Kyle Rosenthal, 23, was scheduled in Stettler Provincial Court on Sept. 10 to appear for trial on Dec. 21.

He is charged with theft under $5,000, for a quad, theft over $5,000 for a truck and possession of stolen property.

Harold T. Groening, 31, of Mirror, facing the same charges, is scheduled to stand trial on Dec. 8.

A trial date is still to be set for Nick Dewald, 22, of Alix, charged with theft under $5,000.

Tees-area farmer Brian Russell Knight, 38, is set to appear in Stettler Provincial Court on Nov. 3 for a day-long preliminary enquiry.

For the incident on March 25 and 26, Knight faces charges of unlawful use of a firearm, pointing a firearm, possession of a dangerous weapon, assault with a weapon, criminal negligence causing injury, dangerous driving and unauthorized possession of a firearm.

Mark Steven Therrien was fined a total of $830 for three charges in connection with a collision in Alix on Jan. 2.

He was fined $300 for failing to make a collision report, $300 for failing to back up in a safe manner, and $230 for failing to hold a valid licence.

Richard Allen Ferguson, 51, of Stettler was sentenced to 30 days in jail for assault and uttering threats in connection with assaulting his common law wife who was choked, kicked and punched in an incident in August. Already 14 days in custody, Ferguson will serve an additional 30 days.

Troy Graham Wells was fined $700 for driving a vehicle while suspended.

Jean Claude Canuel was fined $575 for operating a vehicle with cargo not contained secured.

Steven Keith Fooks was fined $350 for housebreak-in and $150 for failing to attend court in connection to a house party in March when he was intoxicated.

Matthew James Beamish was fined $230 for driving an off-road vehicle on a public highway.

Clayton W. Golinowski and Julie Anne Stark were each issued a peace bond for one year with charges of assault against each other.

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