Three people appeared in Magistrate’s Court via Zoom on Wednesday May 5 for allegedly breaching COVID-19 curfew regulations. The dates of the alleged breaches ranged from Saturday, March 6 to Thursday, April 15.
Ronald Mapp pleaded guilty to breaching curfew and requested to complete community service hours as opposed to paying a fine. The Worshipful Magistrate Tyrone Chin adjourned Mr. Mapp’s case until Wednesday June 16, at which time his eligibility to complete those hours will be discussed.
Heman Viera also pleaded guilty to breaching curfew. Magistrate Chin also adjourned his case until Wednesday, June 16 to discuss his eligibility to complete community service hours. Since Mr. Viera has no reliable electronic means of communication, Magistrate Chin ordered that he report to the Hamilton Police Station twice a week to chat with the Department of Court Services via Zoom.
Andrew Spencer-Ascott pleaded not guilty to breaching curfew. Magistrate Chin adjourned his case for disclosure until Monday, June 7 for disclosure.
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