Court briefs

Among those who appeared in Stettler provincial court last week:

Among those who appeared in Stettler provincial court last week:

• William Robert Kullman, pleaded not guilty to failing to comply with an undertaking, and reappears in Stettler provincial court Jan. 9 to set a trial. He also has matters to answer to in Red Deer provincial court Dec. 13.

• Darby Hugh O’Neill, charged with break and enter and theft over $5,000, will appear in court Jan. 9 for election and plea.

• Geoffrey W. Sinasac is expected back in court Dec. 12 to enter a plea to charges of driving while over .08.

• Robert Glenn Wocknitz will be back in court Dec. 12 to enter a plea to an indictable charge of break and enter.

• Jeffrey Allen Harpell appeared via CCT from the Calgary Remand Centre on numerous charges, including possession of stolen property, uttering forged documents, public mischief, two counts of fail to attend court, and two counts of failing to comply with conditions. He also has criminal matters stemming out of Medicine Hat and Hanna. He was released on $5,000 no-cash deposit bail and will reside in Grand Prairie and is slated to appear in Medicine Hat court Dec. 9.

• Mark William Gole pleaded not guilty to driving while over .08 and a trial was set for March 27 in Stettler circuit court.

• Joseph William Dugas, charged with driving while over .08 and impaired driving, was ordered to appear in court Dec. 12 to enter a plea.

• Douglas Neil Humphrey, charged with assault, reappears Dec. 12 in court to enter a plea.

• Michael W. White, charged with two counts of failing to comply with conditions, will enter a plea Dec. 12.

• Robert James Fleming, facing nine charges. including two counts of unlawful harassment, two counts of intimidation, threat of injury, breach of probation, failing to comply, mischief, and fail to wear a seatbelt, is slated to reappear Dec. 12 to enter a plea and election.

• Elizabeth Joan Severin was fined $230 for driving an unregistered vehicle and $136 for speeding.

• Randy Lee Schofer was fined $115 for careless driving for falling asleep at the wheel and hit the ditch.

• Jeremy C. Groening, charged with two counts of assault and two counts of uttering threats, was released on his own recognizance and a trial was set for March 27.

• David Nelson Byrt pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled substance and a trial was scheduled for April 8.

• Mackenzie Schell was fined $115 for transporting open liquor.

 

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