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At Athabasca Provincial Court on Aug. 9, Harley Wyatt Noskiye, 19, pleaded guilty to charges of breaching his probation and failing to appear for a court date. On Oct.

At Athabasca Provincial Court on Aug. 9, Harley Wyatt Noskiye, 19, pleaded guilty to charges of breaching his probation and failing to appear for a court date.

On Oct. 31, 2009 Athabasca RCMP attended an Athabasca residence because of a noise complaint around midnight.

When police arrived at the residence, they said an intoxicated man answered the door.

Court heard that the man was uncooperative and belligerent towards the officers.

Police recognized the male as Noskiye, who had been given a six-month probation sentence on June 11, 2009.

One of his conditions of his probations stipulated that Noskiye was to be in the care of a responsible adult and to keep the peace. He had also failed to show up for a court date on June 14, 2010.

Judge C. Gardner sentenced Noskiye to a 25-day intermittent jail sentence.

Noskiye received credit for seven days served and will serve the final 18 days on weekends at the Wabasca-Desmarais detachment.

Man gets jail time for disobeying probation conditions

At Athabasca Provincial Court last week, Matthew Logan Boreen pleaded guilty to failing to comply with the conditions of his probation.

On July 31, 2010, Athabasca RCMP received a complaint about a possible assault at a bar in Athabasca.

Upon arriving on scene, the officers said Boreen jumped into a vehicle and drove off in the direction of his residence.

When the police arrived at the residence, they said noticed that Boreen was intoxicated. Previously, he had been placed on probation and was prohibited from consuming alcohol.

Judge Gardner handed Boreen a 14-day jail sentence, to be served intermittently on weekends.

Since Boreen had previously spent 12 days in custody, he served the remaining two days last weekend.

Young Calling Lake man receives jail time

At Athabasca Provincial Court last week, Colton Cardinal, 18, pleaded guilty to charges of failing to comply with the conditions of his probation and obstructing a peace officer.

On Aug. 1, 2010 Const. Colin Folk of the Athabasca RCMP was conducting a check-stop in Calling Lake when he pulled over a truck and noticed the front seat passenger was intoxicated.

When Const. Folk asked the passenger his name, he replied that his name was Conrad Cardinal.

Court heard that Const. Folk recognized the male and knew that his name was actually Colton Cardinal.

Cardinal was asked to step out of the vehicle and when he did so, Const. Folk noticed he had a bottle of champagne in his waistband.

There were also two flats of beer in the back of the truck.

Since Cardinal had been placed on probation back in February 22, 2010 with one of the conditions stating he had to abstain completely from alcohol, Cardinal was charged with failing to comply with his probation.

Judge Gardner handed Cardinal a 14-day jail sentence for the two guilty pleas.

Cardinal received nine days of credit as of Aug. 9 for time spent in custody and was released.





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