Curfew breaker sentenced to one day in detention

A twenty-five year old woman faced one day in detention following charges related to breaking her house curfew.

A twenty-five year old woman faced one day in detention following charges related to breaking her house curfew.

It was discovered by RCMP that Jessica Masyk had violated her curfew conditions as she was seen near Tim Hortons several times between Oct. 24 and Nov. 7, 2014.

She did not return to the residence at all four times or she left during curfew hours and on several occasions turned up 15 to 45 minutes late.

Masyk entered an early guilty plea, after already having served 10 days in custody. They were taken for one and a half days credit, leaving her with only one day remaining in detention time.

Masyk was also imposed a $100 fine in court on Friday, Nov. 21.

“I’m very apologetic and I’m going to learn from my mistakes. I want to better myself,” Masyk told the court via closed circuit television during her Friday, Nov. 21 appearance.

 

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