Clearwater court report

Four people pleaded guilty to a total of seven charges during provincial court in Clearwater on Sept. 22

Court gavel.

Provincial court was held in Clearwater on Thursday, Sept. 22 with Judge Stella Frame presiding.

Allen Crooks pleaded guilty to breach of conditions. He received a conditional sentence of 30 days, 12 months of probation plus must pay a victims’ surcharge of $100.

Crooks also pleaded guilty to a charge of assault. He was given a conditional sentence for 90 days, probation for 12 months, a five-year firearms prohibition, a DNA order (ordered at the discretion of the judge) and must pay a victims’ surcharge of $100.

William Garrison pleaded guilty to failure to comply with a probation order. He received a fine of $300 and must pay a victims’ surcharge of $90.

Jacob Hurst pleaded guilty to a charge of failure to comply with a probation order. He was given a suspended sentence, probation for six months, and must pay a victims’ surcharge of $100.

Cody Woods pleaded guilty to two charges of assault. For both of them he received a conditional sentence of 120 days, probation for 12 months and a victims’ surcharge of $100, all to be served concurrently.

Woods also pleaded guilty to a charge of failure to appear. He was given a 30 day conditional sentence, 12 months probation plus a $100 victims’ surcharge.

Next court date for Clearwater is on Nov. 22.


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