Kings and West Hants Court Report: May 17, 2022

Parole for sexual assault

Druva Kumar Moola, 22, of Banff, Alberta, was released on parole with probation for committing a sexual assault.

Moola changed his guilty plea on October 27, 2021, and the case was adjourned for sentencing. On May 9, Judge Christopher Manning granted Moola a parole with 24 months probation.

Moola committed the offense in Wolfville on October 13, 2018.

Reprieve for threat, mischief

Anthony Ronais Bruneau Desjardins, 20, of Grafton, was given a suspended sentence with probation for knowingly threatening two people to burn down Grafton House, a group home; and committing mischief by interfering with the lawful use, enjoyment and operation of property, namely Grafton House.

Desjardins pleaded guilty to the charges on May 10. Judge Paul Scovil sentenced Desjardins to a suspended sentence with 12 months probation on both counts. Desjardins was also ordered to perform 10 hours of community service as part of his probation in connection with the mischief charge.

Desjardins committed the offenses at Grafton on January 23. A charge of knowingly threatening two people to cause bodily harm to staff at the group home was dropped on May 10.

Parole for assault

Nathan William Clark Gavel, 41, of Windsor, was released on parole for committing an assault.

Gavel changed his guilty plea on March 11. The case was adjourned to May 9 to allow time for a pre-sentence report to be prepared and sentencing. Judge Ronda Van Der Hoek granted Gavel a parole with three months probation.

Gavel committed the offense in Windsor between May 1 and May 15, 2020.

Parole for assault

Jennie May Jessop, 29, of Wolfville, was released on parole with probation for assault.

Jessop pleaded guilty to the charge on May 5. Judge Christopher Manning granted Jessop parole with nine months probation.

Jessop committed the offense in Wolfville on January 10.

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