Stettler provincial court briefs

Drug charges stayed against Stettler man after disclosure deadline not met

The following cases were heard before Judge Gordon Yake in Stettler provincial circuit court Jan. 10:

• Drug charges were stayed against Jordan B. Schilling. Crown Bruce Ritter said the deadline for the defendant to receive disclosure was not met so he stayed charges of possession for the purpose of trafficking, possession of a controlled substance, mischief, and four counts of failing to comply with an undertaking.

Schilling faces other charges. He pleaded not guilty to two counts of break and enter not a dwelling and three counts of failing to comply with conditions. A trial was set for June 17.

• Bryan Lawrence Moffitt appeared as a prisoner on other matters. He is charged with dangerous driving, driving while disqualified, possession of stolen property, two counts of failing to comply with conditions, unauthorized possession of a firearm, possession of a weapon and failing to stop/evading police.

A preliminary hearing is set for Feb. 12.

• A warrant was issued for Christina Lee Antle who failed to appear. She is charged with assault and assault with a weapon. The charges were waived out of province.

• Co-accused David Paul Barker, Koreen Marian Hood and Glen Charles Forbes were on the docket.

Barker is charged with break and enter, possession of break-in tools, possession of a controlled substance and mischief. He reappears Feb. 14 to enter a plea.

Hood is charged with break and enter, possession of break-in tools and possession of a controlled substance. A warrant to hold was issued against Hood, who was ordered to appear in court Jan. 24.

Forbes is charged with possession of break-in tools and possession of a controlled substance. He reappears Feb. 14 to enter a plea.

• Brooker Thomas Blundon is charged with two counts of aggravated assault and breach of conditions. He reappears Feb. 14 to set a trial date.

• Matthew G. Bogner is charged with four counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking and producing a controlled substance. He reappears Feb. 14.

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• David Joseph Camplair is charged with two counts of assault, two counts of breach of conditions, two counts of disobeying a court order, and choking with intent. He reappears Jan. 24 to elect how he wants to be tried.

• Jordan Earl Crionk is charged with assault, two counts of threats to cause death, threats to cause harm, mischief, dangerous driving, failing to hold a valid license and breach of conditions. He pleaded not guilty and a trial is set for June 11 at 11 a.m.

• Chad Everett Davidson is charged with breach of conditions, two counts of mischief/damage and two counts of disobeying a court order. He reappears Feb. 14 to enter a plea.

• Zachary Joseph Decaire is charged with theft under $5,000, fraud under $5,000, breach of probation, two counts of shoplifting, and two counts of failing to comply with conditions. He reappears Jan. 24 to enter a plea. Judge Yake ordered that the plea was pre-emptive as it was his sixth appearance on some of the theft and fraud charges.

• Jesse J. Den Hollander failed to appear in court and a warrant was issued. He is charged with possession of a dangerous weapon, two counts of possession of stolen property, failing to stop for police, driving while disqualified, obstruction of a peace officer, theft of a vehicle, two counts of dangerous driving, possession of break-in tools and driving without insurance.

• Danial Henry Grams is charged with two counts of possession of stolen property, driving while disqualified and possession of a controlled substance. He reappears at a later date.

• Bradley Wayne Grover is charged with assault and reappears Jan. 24.

• Cody Ian Jensen appeared via CCTV from Edmonton Remand Centre. He is charged with theft of a vehicle, driving while disqualified, two counts of failing to comply with conditions, and four counts of breach of conditions.. Crown changed its election on the vehicle theft charges from indictable offence to the lesser charge of summary conviction. He reappears Jan. 24 to enter a plea.

• Dale John Gerald Lee is charged with assault with a weapon and possession of a weapon. He reappears Jan. 24 to enter a plea.

• Carmine M. Maglione is charged with four counts of possession of exotic wildlife, hunting wildlife without license, three counts of unlawful trafficking, two counts of hunting wildlife close, providing guide service, guiding for reward, false and misleading, enter on land without permission. Maglione reappears Feb. 14 to enter a plea.

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• Bradley Leon Newton pleaded not guilty to pointing a firearm, assault causing bodily harm, careless use of a weapon and possession of a weapon dangerous to the public. A three-hour trial was set for June 13 at 1:30.

• All charges against Brett Jarrod Rasmussen were withdrawn. He was charged with three counts of possession of stolen property, three counts of breach of conditions, driving without insurance and driving while disqualified.

• Trevor St. Elmo Reid pleaded not guilty to two counts of failing to comply with conditions, two counts of breach of conditions, driving without insurance, operating an unregistered vehicle and failing to hold a valid drivers license. A trial is set for May 1 and May 31 because the charges stem from two separate incidents.

• Douglas Wayne Slemp reappears Jan. 24 for breach of conditions.

• Shawn Joseph Walsh has two trial dates set. A trial is set for July 11 at 1:30 for charges of uttering threats to cause bodily harm, mischief to property, and two counts of breach of probation. On another matter, a trial was set for July 25 on charges of uttering threats.

• Charges of mischief and failing to comply with conditions were withdrawn against Thomas Mervin Graham.

• Charges of taking a motor vehicle without owner’s permission, mischief and driving without insurance were withdrawn against Dane Westfall. He was fined $800 for disqualified driving.



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