Break and enter
Dustin Bruce Keddy, 22, of Rockland, pleaded guilty Sept. 9 to a charge of break and enter into a barn and committing public mischief by making a false statement to police. Both offences took place June 13 in South Berwick.
At his sentencing, Judge Claudine MacDonald gave Keddy a conditional discharge with six months probation.
Peter Strudwick, 46, of North Kentville, was sentenced in Kentville court Sept. 18 for a charge of stealing property from Zellers less than $5,000 in value.
The offence occurred Sept. 14, 2012, in New Minas.
Strudwick pleaded not guilty to the charge Jan. 14, but changed his plea to guilty Sept. 18 and was fined $575 by Judge Claudine MacDonald.
Briant William Greencorn, 27, of no fixed address, appeared in Kentville court Sept. 30 for sentencing on charges of mischief causing damage to property under $5,000, assault with a weapon and breach of a court undertaking.
Greencorn pleaded guilty to the three charges, laid Aug. 7. He was handed a term of one day in custody, deemed served, and one year of probation.
Greencorn’s co-accused, 18 year-old Shawn Douglas Butler of Canning, returns to court Oct. 15 to enter a plea to the charge of mischief causing damage.
Gibson Woods resident Joseph Andrew Clements, 52, was fined $1,150 and banned from driving for one year during a Sept. 30 court appearance in Kentville provincial court. He pleaded guilty to a May 31 charge of driving with a blood alcohol level above the legal limit of 80 mg of alcohol in 100 ml of alcohol.
Dale Steven MacTavish, 24, of North Kentville, was in Kentville provincial court Sept. 30 for sentencing on charges of uttering threats against a person and mischief under $5,000. He pleaded guilty to both charges, laid April 1 in North Kentville, and was handed a conditional discharge by the court. He was also ordered to complete 10 hours of community service work.
Jonathon Edward Watton, 25, of Welsford, appeared in Kentville provincial court Sept. 30 for sentencing on two charges of using and possessing a forged document between Apr. 29 and May 1, 2012 and on May 26, 2012 in Berwick.
Watton was given a suspended sentence and six months probation after entering guilty pleas to both charges.