CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — Paying for a lodge room in Charlottetown with a stolen bank card has landed a P.E.I. man in jail.
Antonio Stephen Dulisse, 23, appeared in provincial courtroom in Charlottetown on Oct. 20 and pleaded responsible to utilizing a stolen bank card and lacking a courtroom look. Dulisse represented himself in courtroom.
Crown lawyer Molly Murphy instructed the courtroom that on June 15, Dulisse paid $206.10 for a room on the Rodd Royalty lodge on Capital Drive utilizing a Royal Financial institution of Canada (RBC) stolen bank card.
The next day at round 11 a.m., Dulisse tried to pay for an additional night time on the lodge with the identical stolen bank card, however workers was conscious that it was stolen and phoned police. It wasn’t revealed in courtroom who owned the bank card or how Dulisse obtained it.
Dulisse was launched from police custody and scheduled to look in courtroom on Sept. 15, however he did not present up.
Chief Choose Jeff Lantz sentenced Dulisse to seven days in jail for utilizing the stolen bank card and one other seven days for lacking courtroom. Dulisse was additionally sentenced to 12 months of probation and ordered to pay $206.10 in restitution to RBC.
Dulisse has a previous felony report. In April, he was sentenced to a complete of 54 days in jail for a number of offences, together with punching a taxi driver within the face, assaulting one other man within the washroom on the Confederation Centre of the Arts by placing him with a crutch and resisting arrest.
Terrence McEachern is a justice reporter with the SaltWire Community in Prince Edward Island. He may be reached by e-mail at [email protected] and may be adopted on Twitter @terry_mcn.