Alberton man jailed for assault that broke sister's ex-boyfriend's jaw

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An Alberton man who broke his half-sister’s ex-boyfriend’s jaw in an unprovoked attack was sentenced today to 20 days in jail.

Curklan Romey Fraser appeared before Judge John Douglas in provincial court in Charlottetown after previously pleading guilty to the assault.

Douglas said it was a serious offence that caused a lot of harm to the victim.

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He also said Fraser’s genuine remorse, his good character, his positive role in the community and letters of support the court received were all reflected in the sentence.

Fraser will serve the sentence Thursdays to Sundays and will be on probation for six months.

Douglas ordered Fraser to pay $1,459.92 in restitution and a $100 victim surcharge.


Geographic location: Charlottetown

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  • Concerned
    March 15, 2016 - 16:30

    What a joke this Justice system is, This Judge Douglas must be losing it big time. Recently he let three Impaired Drivers was without jail time with reading twice and triple the legal limits. This is do unfair for the people who did inj fact serve time for the same offences. Who monitors these Judges. Time our Attorney General, Mr Premier gets his head out of the clouds. All these cases should be appealed.