Refused breathalyser, drove while disqualified
Kyle William Laird, 25, of Aylesford, has been sentenced to intermittent custody and probation for failing to comply with a demand from a peace officer to provide a sample of his breath for analysis and driving while disqualified.
Laird pleaded guilty to both counts on April 28. He was sentenced to 30 days of intermittent custody, from Fridays at 9 p.m. to Mondays at 5:30 p.m., beginning May 2. He has also been sentenced to probation during the period of custody. The court imposed a two-year driving prohibition against Laird and he was fined $600 for driving while disqualified.
Laird committed the offences in Greenwood on Feb. 2.
Breathalyser offence, obstructed peace officer
Jeremy Grant Swindell, 25, of Harbourville, has been sentenced to intermittent custody and fined for having the care or control of a motor vehicle while his blood alcohol level exceeded the legal limit and for willfully obstructing a peace officer engaged in the execution of his duty.
Swindell pleaded guilty to the charges on March 31. The matters were adjourned to April 28 for sentencing. Judge Alan Tufts sentenced Swindell to 30 days of intermittent custody, from Saturdays at 9 p.m. to Mondays at 6 a.m. beginning May 3. Swindell has been sentenced to probation during the period of intermittent custody. The court imposed a two-year driving prohibition against Swindell and fined him $200.
Swindell committed the offences in Kingston on Feb. 1. The legal blood alcohol level is 80 mg of alcohol in 100 ml of blood. Swindell gave breathalyser readings of 180 and 170.
Daniel Don Saulis Smith, 21, of Kentville, has been fined for having the care or control of a motor vehicle while his blood alcohol level exceeded the legal limit.
Smith pleaded guilty to the charge on April 28. Judge Alan Tufts fined him $1,300 and imposed a one-year driving prohibition.
Smith committed the offence in Port Williams on Feb. 8. The legal blood alcohol limit is 80 mg of alcohol in 100 ml of blood. Smith gave breathalyser readings of 130 and 130.
Possessed illegal cigarettes
Sharon Ann McBride, 63, of Aylesford, has been fined for possessing tobacco, in the form of cigarettes, that were not stamped in accordance with the Excise Act.
McBride pleaded guilty to the charge on April 28 and was fined $500.
McBride committed the offence in Aylesford on March 10.