From: Captain Tim Lafferty, NS Police

Date: 6/19/2017

Subject: Frank Redding Arraignment

This morning in 3rd District Court, Frank Redding plead Nolo to Simple Assault and Vandalism and received 1 year probation, 1 year suspended sentence to serve 6 months of that time at the ACI, no contact with victim in this case, no trespass order for The Pines Restaurant, and any out of pocket restitution for any damages to the restaurant caused by Redding.   The Disorderly Conduct charge was dismissed due to the plea.  Redding was a Superior Court probation violator stemming from a charge of a Domestic B&E, Domestic Simple Assault, and Domestic Felony Assault.


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