Stettler court briefs

The following matters were heard in Stettler circuit court before Judge W.A. Skinner

The following matters were heard in Stettler circuit court before Judge W.A. Skinner on Jan. 24:

• David Joseph Camplair, charged with assault, two counts of disobeying a court order, and choking with intent, is set to reappear Feb. 14 to elect how he wants to be tried.

• Tia Marie Cobbe reappears Feb. 28 to enter a plea. She is charged with obtaining/possessing ID, intent to avoid arrest, intent to gain advantage, use or traffic in cc 342 (1) ©, food beverage acc cc 364 (1), made/possess identification cc 56.1, obstructing a peace officer, possession property, two counts of failing to comply with conditions and fraud under $5,000.

• Kyle Jacob Grams reappears Feb. 14 to set a trial date on two charges of possession of stolen property.

• Shawna J. Pelletier reappears March 14 for a trial on charges of failing to comply with conditions.

• Trevor St. Elmo Reid pleaded not guilty to two counts of breach of conditions, driving a vehicle with no insurance, operating an unregistered vehicle and failing to hold a valid license. He reappears Feb. 28 to set a trial.

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• Tyler L. Schickerowski pleaded not guilty to theft under $5,000. He returns Feb. 28 to set a trial date.

• Douglas Wayne Slemp pleaded not guilty to breach of conditions. A trial is set for June 27.

• Kristopher Wright reappears Feb. 14 to enter a plea on charges of failing to appear in court.

• Assault charges against Bradley Wayne Grover were withdrawn.

• A trial is set for Shawna J. Pelletier on March 14 on charges of failing to comply with conditions.

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• Tyler L. Schickerowski pleaded not guilty to theft under $5,000. He reappears Feb. 28 to set a trial date.

• Douglas Wayne Slemp pleaded not guilty to breach of conditions. A trial is set for June 27.

• Kristopher Wright reappears Feb. 14 to enter a plea for failing to appear in court.

• Bradley Amos Erickson reappears Feb. 14 to enter a plea and elect how he wants to be tried. He is charged with disguised with intent, break and enter with intent, theft under $5,000 and breach of probation.

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• All charges against Shane Riggins-Guynup were dropped including mischief, causing a disturbance, trespassing at night and stunting on the highway with other users.

• Charges of uttering threats against Bradley Franklin Boice were dropped.

• Cody Ian Jensen reappears Feb. 14. He is charged with theft of a vehicle, driving while disqualified, driving without insurance, two counts of failing to comply with conditions and four counts of breach of conditions.



lisa.joy@stettlerindependent.com

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