Timothy Blair Irvin Creemer, 25, uttered a threat to a woman in Hantsport on May 26 to burn another person’s property. According to court documents, he threatened to “burn her house down and whoever is inside of it.”
Creemer pleaded guilty to this charge; two counts of failing to comply with his undertaking by texting two people he had been ordered to have no contact or communication with; and two counts of failing to comply with his recognizance – by using another person’s cell phone to text someone and by having contact with a person he’d been ordered not to contact directly or indirectly – during a June 26 appearance in Windsor provincial court.
Judge Claudine MacDonald handed Creemer a suspended sentence with 12 months of reporting probation on the five charges and fined him a total of $400 in victim surcharges.
Creemer committed the undertaking and recognizance offences in Hantsport between May 27 and 28 and in New Minas between May 29 and June 11 respectively.
A third charge of failing to comply with his recognizance – by using another person’s cell phone to text someone – was withdrawn June 26.
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