Crown withdraws some charges against two of three Stettler co-accused

Sweeting, Annable and Page reappear in court

Facing more than 100 charges combined co-accused Skyler James Page, Danielle L. Annable and Skye Desiree Sweeting were on Stettler provincial court’s Dec. 13 court docket.

Annable and Page stood before the judge with their hands folded in front, heads hung low and speaking softly when addressing the court. Sweeting wasn’t present. Instead, her lawyer, Jason Snider from Red Deer spoke on her behalf.

Lawyer Rodney Clark of Wetaskiwin is representing Annable and Craig Paterson of Ponoka is representing Page.

The lawyers asked the matter be put over until Jan. 10. Snider told the court that he just received another 1,000 pages of disclosures Dec.13. Previously, the lawyers received 3,000 pages of disclosure.

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Crown prosecutor Shawn Frank dropped some of the charges against Page and Annable. The charges against Page that were dropped include three counts of obtain/possess ID, five counts of intent/gain advantage and three counts of fraud under $5,000. The charges dropped against Annable include obtain/possess ID, three counts of intent/gain advantage and two counts of fraud under $5,000.

Sweeting faces 11 charges of possession of stolen property, 19 charges of obtain/possess ID, one count of forgery, 22 counts of intent/gain advantage, 12 counts of fraud under $5,000, one count of possession forged document and one count of fraud over $5,000.

Pages faces 12 charges of possession of stolen property, 15 charges of obtain/possess ID, one charge of forgery and one charge of use forged document.

Annable faces three charges of fraud under $5,000 and five charges of intent/gain advantage.

Page elected to be tried in Court of Queens Bench by judge alone. Sweeting elected to be tried in Court of Queens Bench by judge alone. Annable’s lawyer submitted a revised Form A for a preliminary hearing.

All three reappear in Stettler provincial court Jan. 10, 2019.



lisa.joy@stettlerindependent.com

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