Three men were placed on probation in Stettler Provincial Court on Dec. 23 for various charges – Court Report

Randall John Bengtson was placed on 12 months probation after pleading guilty to assaulting his wife in an Alix bar on Nov. 27.

“You did not control your impulses effectively,“ said Judge E.D. Riemer.

On probation, he has been ordered to take treatment and counseling for anger management,

Nolan Lattery was placed on probation for nine months after he pleaded guilty to mischief of property for smashing an automated teller machine in Stettler at Fas Gas in July, when the machine was malfunctioning.

He also consented to pay full restitution of $640 for damage to the machine.

“Learn to control yourself,” said Judge Riemer, who suggested that the accused take counseling in anger management.

Wayne Patrick Noble, 43, was placed on 12- months’ probation for stealing prescription drugs from his mother for his personal drug addiction.

He was also ordered to take counseling for his alcohol and drug addictions and prohibited from consuming these products.

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