Lambton Shores man sentenced to five months in jail
A person caught with seedling marijuana vegetation, two Molotov cocktails and a stolen ATV has been sentenced to 5 months in reformatory.
Henry Zane Karkheck, 38, of Lambton Shores, pleaded responsible in Sarnia courtroom to possession of marijuana and a stolen ATV, together with three courtroom-order violations.
Court docket heard that on July 26, police went to Karkheck’s Lambton Shores house after getting a name a few dispute between Karkheck and his lady friend.
The lady was once uncooperative with OPP officers.
On the house police adopted ATV tracks right into a cornfield the place forty one marijuana seedlings had been discarded in pots. An ATV that had been stolen in Perth County was once neighborhood.
Karkheck used to be discovered throughout the residence the place the doorways had been screwed shut. Police discovered two Molotov cocktails — two fuel-crammed bottles outfitted with fabric wicks.
Karkheck used to be underneath court docket orders to not have explosive supplies or medicine. He had additionally didn’t report back to a probation officer.
There used to be a joint submission from Crown and defence legal professionals for a 5-month sentence together with 4 months and eight days of pre-sentence custody.
Defence attorney Jim Dean requested the rest prison time be served on weekends so Karkheck may pursue a job provide.
Justice R.G. Hunter rejected weekend penal complex time as a result of there used to be no assure of Karkheck’s employment.
The penitentiary time will probably be adopted by using a yr’s probation when Karkheck should keep away from the one who had referred to as police.
A ten-yr weapons ban used to be additionally imposed.