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One of the men convicted of animal cruelty after starving a horse and hanging it to death in 2009 was found not guilty of breaching his probation in Victoria provincial court Monday. Read more: http://bc.ctvnews.ca/man-who-starved-hanged-horse-back-in-court-1.961642#ixzz26rnXgx56

The first Stanley Cup rioter to offer a public apology outside court has been sentenced to 30 days in jail. Fernando Bernabe pleaded guilty to participating in a riot last year in Vancouver provincial court, then told reporters he regretted joining the mob violence of June 15, 2011. Read more: http://bc.ctvnews.ca/apologetic-stanley-cup-rioter-jailed-30-days-1.1229284#ixzz2PuQpQcO1

The former Global BC reporter who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a minor has been senteced to four years in jail on Tuesday in Surrey Provincial Court. Read more: http://bc.ctvnews.ca/ex-tv-reporter-sentenced-to-4-years-in-jail-for-sex-assault-1.933105

A B.C. driver who caused a deadly crash then beat up the victim’s son for trying to call 911 has been sentenced to two years in prison. Surrey provincial court heard Allan Simpson Wood was going about 91 kilometre per hour – almost double the speed limit – when he plowed his pickup truck into Bryan McCron’s car in Surrey on July 19, 2010. Read more: http://bc.ctvnews.ca/driver-gets-2-years-for-killing-dad-then-assaulting-son-1.1309497#ixzz2VHZEsxAj

A Vancouver ice cream shop owner has settled out of court with organizers of the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver. Mario's Gelati filed a lawsuit against the Vancouver organizing committee, the city and the federal and provincial governments seeking more than 2.5 million dollars for lost business due to construction of the Athletes Village near his business Read more: http://bc.ctvnews.ca/vancouver-gelato-shop-settles-lawsuit-with-vanoc-1.1033971#ixzz2C2n7aOql

A Vancouver man charged with bestiality for allegedly having sex with his pet Rottweiler intends to plead guilty, Crown lawyers said Monday. Read more: http://bc.ctvnews.ca/guilty-plea-expected-in-b-c-bestiality-case-1.969949#ixzz27R7Fr8rS

The driver who fatally struck Marilyn Laursen during a police chase in White Rock has been sentenced to two years less a day in jail. Surrey resident Kyle Danyliuk was sentenced Thursday in Surrey provincial court on four charges relating to the May 19, 2011 crash, including dangerous driving causing death. Read more: http://bc.ctvnews.ca/driver-in-deadly-police-chase-jailed-2-years-1.1011382#ixzz2AQYfmjzI