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90 days for assault and mischief
Kelly Vern Wayne Paul will be serving weekends in jail after being sentenced in Leduc Provincial Court on Thursday, May 12 for convictions of assault causing bodily harm and mischief to property.
On that day RCMP were called to a residence in Nisku regarding a domestic assault. When police arrived they found the accused, Paul, was no longer present, though the victim approached the gate, revealing several injuries.
She had a broken wrist, swollen lip and bruises. Paul also broke her cell phone during the assault.
Paul defence counsel told court the argument began over the couple financial state, and escalated from there.
Paul had already entered guilty pleas at an earlier date. Paul sentencing was delayed for the preparation of a Gladue Report, detailing his past and struggles as an aboriginal man, which showed Paul had himself suffered abuse in his childhood, going in and out of the foster home system. Paul apologized in court.
Though his counsel requested a sentence of probation only, Paul criminal record, which includes another assault, earned him 90 days in jail, to be served intermittently, followed by 18 months of probation and restitution for the broken cell phone.
Fines for spitting, wheel slashing
Kelsie Marcotte was handed fines after pleading guilty to charges of assault and mischief. The charges resulted from March 28, 2016, when Devon RCMP officers were called to a home by a man reporting his girlfriend, Marcotte, for slashing a tire on his car.
Officers dealt with the couple earlier in the day after a separate complaint, and on their way to the home for a second time officers saw the man walking home.
Officers had instructed the couple to part ways for the rest of the day, and he had later returned to the home when he expected Marcotte to have left for work.
Instead, Marcotte was still there and had been drinking.
Their argument began again, with Marcotte spitting in his face. She then asked to leave in the car, though he refused since she was intoxicated.
On her way out Marcotte took a knife and slashed a tire.
He then tried to drive to the RCMP detachment, though the tire deflated on the way, and started walking, when the officers found him.
The 26 year old Marcotte was handed fines totalling $700 for the pleas.
Pre sentence report ordered after drunk driver pleads guilty to causing accident
Robby Kenneth Stein entered guilty pleas in Leduc Provincial Court on Thursday, May 5 to charges of impaired driving causing bodily harm and driving over the legal limit, and he learn his sentence this June.
Judge Marilyn White ordered a pre sentence report after the pleas were entered, as the penalty for the convictions could be quite high, with a maximum of ten years in prison.
The charges related to two separate instances of impaired driving.
The first was on Nov. 14, 2015, when RCMP were called to the scene of a two vehicle collision on Highway 623 near Range Road 245, east of Leduc.
An investigation found that Stein, who had been driving a pickup truck northbound, failed to stop at a stop sign and struck the other vehicle, travelling eastbound. The driver of the other vehicle required stitches in her head, and suffered bruising to her face and body.
Stein also suffered minor injuries.
They were taken to hospital, and about two hours after the accident blood was taken from Stein, which came back with a blood alcohol content level of .293 mg of alcohol in 100 ml of blood, more than three and a half times the legal limit of .08 mg.
Stein admitted to having a couple drinks, and failed a roadside test. He was then taken to the detachment, where he supplied breath samples, the lower of which came in at .170 mg.
Stein also has three previous convictions on his record for driving over the legal limit, dating as far back as 1995.