Prince county teenager gets 111 days in jail

Published on January 24, 2016

Summerside Courts

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Kale Lewis MacAusland, 19, in court for assault, resisting arrest, breaking into Kensington liquor store

A 19-year-old Prince County man has been sentenced to serve 111 days in jail after pleading guilty to several charges.

Kale Lewis MacAusland, who, according to court documents, had no fixed address at the time his paperwork was processed, pleaded guilty to the charges against him on Jan. 6. Those charges included assault causing bodily harm, resisting a Summerside police officer, breaking and entering into the Kensington liquor store, failing to attend court and two counts of breaching a court undertaking.

MacAusland received credit for 25 days already served in custody.

All the offences occurred between September and December of 2015.

In addition to the jail time, MacAusland was sentenced to serve 24 months of probation and must pay several hundred dollars in victim impact fees.

(TC Media)