Gregory Campbell pleads guilty to criminal harassment

Jim Day
Published on January 22, 2016

Scales of justice

A harassment trial came to an abrupt halt Friday following a guilty plea by a Charlottetown vice-principal.

Gregory Campbell, 50, pleaded guilty to a criminal harassment charge of repeatedly following the victim.

Campbell pleaded guilty on the first day of his trial Wednesday to a second criminal harassment charge that dealt with repeatedly communicating with the victim.

The Crown stayed a breach of undertaking charge Friday.

Provincial court Judge John Douglas granted the Crown’s request Friday to ban the publication of any information that would identify the victim.

Douglas ordered a pre-sentence report be prepared for a sentencing hearing on March 8.