In Taber provincial court on March 17, a 51-year-old Enchant man pled guilty to failure to comply with conditions. Perry Dale Mohl was sentenced to seven days of incarceration by Judge G.S. Maxwell.
Mohl had originally been scheduled to stand trial on the charge, but changed his plea to guilty through agreement with the Crown.
Crown prosecutor Michael Fox told court that between May 19 and Sept. 28, 2014, the accused made numerous phone calls and sent text messages to a female individual which he was prohibited from contact.
This was subsequently reported to the Taber/Vauxhall RCMP detachment, which initiated an investigation.
Mohl admitted to the allegations, and was charged accordingly.
An application that Mohl be allowed to serve his sentence intermittently on weekends at the Lethbridge Correctional Centre was denied by Judge Maxwell.
“I understand what I did was wrong,” said Mohl, when afforded a chance to address the court.
The Crown also issued a stay of proceedings in relation to four counts of assault and one count of assault with a weapon laid against the accused. A $100 victim-fine surcharge was also ordered.