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Sentencing adjourned for man who drove onto Charlottetown Airport runway

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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - A P.E.I. man who drove his vehicle onto the Charlottetown Airport runway in July is expected to be sentenced Friday.

Matthew David Joseph Carter was scheduled to be in court Wednesday for a hearing on the facts but the case was adjourned until Friday.

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Carter has been in custody for more than three months since his arrest and was on statutory release from prison for a prior conviction when he committed the offences at the airport.

He has pleaded guilty to impaired driving and damaging property.

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