Darren Vincent Rivest, 45, of Aylesford, has been handed a conditional sentence for two counts of assault; failing to comply with his recognizance and failing to comply with his undertaking.
Rivest pled guilty to the charge of failing to comply with his recognizance on Oct. 15. He had previously pled not guilty to the other charges, but Rivest changed his pleas to guilty to those on Oct. 15 as well.
Judge Alan Tufts handed Rivest a four-month conditional sentence with house arrest until Dec. 15, followed by daily curfew from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.
Rivest committed the offences in Aylesford between April 8 and 15 and between May 20 and 31; and in Berwick on June 18 and Oct. 10.
Conditional sentence for stealing
Christopher Alton Davison, 29, of Greenwich, has been handed a conditional sentence with daily curfew for seven counts of stealing property from stores valued at less than $5,000. The stores included Walmart, Save Easy, Sobeys, Canadian Tire and Superstore.
Judge Alan Tufts handed Davison a 15-month conditional sentence on the seven counts. Among other conditions, Davison will have to observe a daily curfew from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. for the first 12 months of the order.
Davison committed the offences in Kentville on Jan. 28; in New Minas on Feb. 4, March 20, June 1, July 26 and Aug. 17; and in Kingston on July 16.
Wilfully damaged property
Shawn Douglas Butler, 18, of Canning, has been handed a conditional discharge with probation for wilfully damaging an individual’s property to a value not exceeding $5,000.
Butler pled guilty to the charge on Oct. 15. Judge Alan Tufts handed Butler a conditional discharge with four months probation. Butler has been ordered to pay $136.85 in restitution.
Butler committed the offence in Sheffield Mills on Aug. 7.
Brandon Lee Wheaton, 18, of North Kentville, has been handed a conditional discharge with probation for committing mischief by wilfully damaging an individual’s property to a value not exceeding $5,000.
Wheaton pled guilty to the charge on Oct. 15. Tufts handed Wheaton a conditional discharge with six months of probation and ordered him to pay $287.68 in restitution.
Wheaton committed the offence in Kentville on Sept. 6.
Fraud charge nets conditional sentence
Courtney Dawn Clinton, 28, of Kingston, was in Kentville provincial court for sentencing on Oct. 9.
Clinton was charged with two counts of fraud under $5,000 and one count of break of probation.
She pleaded guilty to all charges and was handed six-month conditional sentences, to be served consecutively. The court also imposed a stand-alone restitution order of $1,350 to compensate Clinton’s victims.
The incidents occurred on Sept. 11 and Dec. 29, 2012.
Suspended sentence on assault charge
During an Oct. 9 appearance in Kentville provincial court, Jonathon Perry Wamboldt, 28, of Kingston, changed his plea to guilty on a charge of assault, laid Jan. 22 in Auburn, Kings County. The court handed down a suspended sentence and six months of probation with reporting.