Stephen C. Collin Dykens, 34, of Wolfville, was handed a fine of $1,265 and a one-year driving suspension after pleading guilty to a charge of impaired operation of a vehicle with a blood/alcohol reading over the legal limit during a Sept. 9 appearance in Kentville provincial court. The charge was laid Apr. 28 in New Minas.
Meanwhile, Brian Donald Oickle, 49, Coldbrook, appeared in Kentville provincial court Sept. 9 for sentencing on a charge of impaired operation of a vehicle with a blood/alcohol reading over the legal limit. Oickle pleaded guilty to the charge, laid July 25 in Kentville, and was levied a fine of $1,840 and banned from driving for one year.
During a Sept. 12 appearance in Kentville provincial court, Kathleen Marie Duffy, 41, Baxter’s Harbour, was fined $1,380 and received a one-year driving ban after pleading guilty to operating a vehicle with a blood/ alcohol reading over the legal limit. The charge was laid July 14 in Canning.
Lamont Stanley Levy of Kentville pleaded guilty to a May 5 charge of assault during a Sept. 10 appearance in Kentville provincial court. He received a fine of $287.50.
Two Annapolis County women appeared in Kentville provincial court this week for arraignment on drug trafficking charges.
Sara Dawn Rose Keddy, 19, and 21 year-old Desiree Jerrica Dawn Smith, both of Wilmot, were charged with possession of hydromorphone for the purpose of trafficking on June 26. The pair also face a July 2 charge of breaching a court undertaking.
Keddy appeared in court Sept. 9 on the charges and was ordered to return to court Oct. 7 to enter pleas. An arrest warrant was issued for Smith, who was a no-show for her Sept. 9 court date. She did make an appearance in court Sept. 10 and will also enter a plea on the charges on Oct. 7.