A summary of what went on in Peace Region courts for the week ending Aug. 18. Fort St John Law Courts
• Daryl George Munch (born 1997) was fined $2,000, and assessed a $300 victim surcharge for one count of driving a motor vehicle without due care and attention. • Darci Dawn Carson (born 1994) was given 10 days in jail and handed a one-year probation order for one count of breaching probation.
The Charlie Lake Conservation Society says it’s continuing to sample and test the waters as part of its ongoing research following a blue-green algae warning issued for the lake last week. Northern Health warned of a suspected bloom in the area Aug. 8, reminding residents and lake users that the algae, known as cyanobacteria, can cause a range of illnesses from diarrhea and stomach cramps to eye and skin irritation. No cases have been reported so far.
A summary of what went on in Peace Region courts for the week ending Aug. 11. There were no cases up for sentencing in Fort Nelson or Hudson’s Hope. Fort St John Law Courts
• Brice Cedric Parsey (born 1974) was handed nine months probation with a suspended sentence, and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for one count of assault. • Joseph Serge Paquette (born 1985) was handed a 12-month probation order with a suspended sentence, and assessed a $100 victim surcharge for one count of assault.
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