Feb 25, 2013 / 2:30 pm
Krista Marie Phillips was sentenced Monday for the break and enter of a dwelling and the assault of Kim Bouchard, which took place July 15, 2012.
Phillips, along with two others, broke into the home of her friends ex-boyfriend, demanded money from Bouchard and her boyfriend who was there at the time and then assaulted Bouchard, punching and kicking her in the head before riding away on an ATV.
She was initially sentenced to 15 consecutive days in prison after she pleaded guilty, but the Defence requested that it be changed to 30 non-consecutive days, so she will be able to attend counseling sessions. She will then be on probation for 18 months during which time she will be forbidden from:
- Disrupting the peace.
- Changing her name, job, or living arrangements without first notifying her parole officer.
- Leaving her residence between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.
- Having contact with Kim Scott, Michael Hobson, Lyle Tracy or the victim, Kim Bouchard.
- Ingesting alcohol or non-prescription drugs.
- Entering any establishments that primarily sell liquor.
The sentence commences March 1 at 5 p.m.
The other two accused attackers in the case are Kim Scott and Michael Hobson, they are expected in court on July 10.
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