Court: Man Pleads Guilty To Breaking Curfew

May 28, 2020

[Written by Don Burgess]

A man pleaded guilty to breaking curfew just one month after he pleaded guilty to violating shelter-in-place regulations.

David Fubler admitted the charge of breaking curfew by being outside at 10:15 pm on May 25 at a Pembroke residence, not his own. He, however, pleaded not guilty to a count of prowling.

He previously faced a similar charge of breaking the shelter-in-place in April. At that time, he was fined $3,000.

Magistrate Khamisi Tokunbo gave him 60 days in prison for breaking curfew stating the previous $3,000 fine did not deter him from committing a similar offence. He then set both a court date for June for the prowling charge.

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