Found guilty but allowed to keep guns

by Gary McHale - The Regional

May 11, 2011

On May 2, 2011 Kenneth Wilfred Greene (no fixed address) pled guilty to four criminal charges in return Assistant Crown Dave King dropped 13 other charges. Greene was charged from events on Sept. 1, 18th and 19th of 2008.

Greene was charged with 3 counts of assault while carrying a weapon (a piece of wood), 4 counts of issuing a threat to cause bodily harm, 5 counts of mischief for blocking the highway, 2 counts of resisting arrest, 1 count of wearing a disguise and 2 counts of intimidation.

Greene  pleaded guilty to 2 counts of issuing a threat to cause bodily harm and 2 counts of mischief for blocking the highway.

Judge D. Harris sentenced Greene to time served in jail (83 days credited as 2 for 1) and probation for a year. Crown's request for a weapons prohibition was denied due to Greene being an aboriginal. There are no travel restrictions on Greene.