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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — A P.E.I. man caught attempting to climb by a window he broke at Authorities Home whereas extremely intoxicated has been sentenced to jail time.
Donald Neil MacAusland, 59, appeared in provincial courtroom in Charlottetown on Oct. 27 for sentencing earlier than retired provincial courtroom choose John Douglas, who has returned lately in a part-time capability. MacAusland was initially charged with break and enter however as a substitute agreed to plead responsible to mischief for breaking the window at Authorities Home. MacAusland was additionally sentenced for a later offence of utilizing counterfeit cash as if it had been real.
In keeping with the info beforehand learn in courtroom by Crown lawyer Jeff MacDonald, on March 22, 2022, at 1:20 a.m., Lt.-Gov. Antoinette Perry was awoken by a loud bang at Authorities Home at 1 Terry Fox Dr. in Charlottetown. Perry believed somebody had entered the residence. She referred to as safety and police and hid in a closet after listening to glass breaking. By means of surveillance cameras, safety may see a person, MacAusland, outdoors banging on the residence’s doorways and home windows. Police arrived at 1:32 a.m. and noticed MacAusland on the west aspect of the residence attempting to enter by a damaged window. Police grabbed MacAusland and arrested him.
After the info had been learn in courtroom, MacAusland’s lawyer stated his consumer wasn’t in a position to give particulars to police that night time about what occurred as a consequence of his excessive stage of intoxication.
Then, on Aug. 5, 2022, MacAusland was on the Wants comfort retailer in Charlottetown throughout from the Group Outreach Centre on Euston Road. He then purchased a bag of chips and chocolate sweet utilizing a faux Canadian $50 invoice, stated Crown lawyer John Diamond at sentencing. He obtained his change from the clerk for the purchases and left the shop. The clerk later realized that the invoice’s paper was completely different than that of a daily $50 invoice and the ink textual content and numbers on the invoice weren’t raised.
Douglas accepted a joint advice from Diamond and authorized assist lawyer Trish Cheverie and sentenced MacAusland to 30 days in jail for property injury, one other 15 days for utilizing the counterfeit cash and 18 months of probation. MacAusland was ordered to haven’t any contact with Perry and steer clear of Authorities Home and the comfort retailer in the course of the probation interval.
MacAusland was allowed to serve the jail sentence intermittently as a result of he has a job engaged on a farm.
Terrence McEachern is a justice reporter with SaltWire in Prince Edward Island. He might be reached by e-mail at [email protected] and might be adopted on X @terry_mcn.