Judge denies man Mexico-trip request

The following cases were heard before circuit court Judge J. Hunter in Stettler provincial court last Thursday:

The following cases were heard before circuit court Judge J. Hunter in Stettler provincial court last Thursday:

• Jessie Otto Standage, charged with assault of a peace officer and refusing a breathalyzer, was ordered to reappear on Feb. 13 to enter a plea.

• Ryan Paul Chase, charged with impaired driving and driving while over .08, asked the court to put over his case until the end of February, because he will be in Mexico from Feb. 8 to 15. The judge denied his request and ordered him to appear on Jan. 23.

• Geoffrey W. Sinasac, charged with impaired driving, driving while over .08, careless driving, and speeding, pleaded not guilty and a trial set for May 13.

• Christopher McGoldrick, charged with care or control of a motor vehicle while impaired, pleaded not guilty and a trial was set for July.

• Anthony Bryan Glasier, pleaded not guilty to impaired driving and driving while over .08 and a trial is set for April 24.

• A warrant for Nathalie Toussaint was vacated and a trial set for July 14 and 15 for fraud over $5,000.

• Mark William Gole, charged with blood alcohol exceeding legal limit, pleaded not guilty and a trial is set for July 21.

• Justin Tyrone Whynott, charged with breach of conditions, impaired driving, possession of stolen property, and driving a motor vehicle while impaired, will enter a plea on Feb. 13.

“Don’t ask for another extension,” Judge Hunter warned him.

• Robert James Fleming, charged with two counts of intimidation, two counts of unlawful harassment, mischief, and failing to comply, pleaded not guilty and reappears on May 13 for a preliminary hearing.

• Derek Lee Draganiuk, charged with break and enter, and three counts of failing to comply with conditions, reserved his plea until Jan. 23.

• Russell Patrick Simpson, charged with theft under $5,000, impaired driving, driving while over .08, and two counts of failing to comply with an undertaking, is set to reappear Feb. 13 to enter a plea.

• Douglas Wayne Slemp, charged with driving while impaired, driving without insurance and failing to comply with conditions, reappears on Feb. 13 to enter a plea.

• Mark Steven Sawatzky , charged with impaired driving and driving while over .08, reappears on Feb. 13 to enter a plea.

− Court Briefs

 

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