A woman sentenced to six years in prison for causing an accident that killed two Saskatoon teenagers in 2014 was found guilty of driving disqualified, using a fake driver’s license, He has been charged with violating three separate release orders and failing to appear twice at testimony. trial.
Cheyann Chrystal Peeteetuce, 29, was denied bail after appearing in Saskatoon court on video Tuesday after being arrested for the fifth time in three months. She is scheduled to return to her court on August 29th.
No ban was requested at the bail hearing. Justice James Premel agreed with the King’s opinion that the release of Peatitas would discredit the judiciary.
Court documents create a timeline of arrests that led to nine indictments.
Peeteetuce was charged with contempt of court on May 19 after failing to present evidence at the district court trial.
She was released conditionally and rearrested 11 days later in the Saulteaux First Nation. There she was charged with driving while she was banned, possession of a stolen vehicle, and making a counterfeit driver’s license. Crown claimed that all occupants of the vehicle had been drinking.
Peeteetuce was released again and arrested after failing to appear in court on June 27.
Two weeks later, on July 12, she was arrested and charged in Saskatoon for violating a curfew. In court, Crown said Peatitas had her bottle of alcohol in her arm when she fled a car that was going 130 kilometers per hour in the wrong lane on her drive in Idyllwild, Saskatoon. was discovered.
Another woman was also seen near the car, so it was unclear if she was driving, the court said.
After being released on more terms, she is said to have failed to appear for a second testimony at the same trial, which was postponed to August 12.
On August 14, Peeteetuce was arrested in Saskatoon, attended court, disobeyed a release order for not possessing or consuming alcohol or drugs, not being in the driver’s seat of a vehicle, and driving while prohibited. indicted for the crime.
Police said Peatitas was found at the wheel of a Ford Escape around 9 a.m. in a parking lot in Saskatoon’s exhibition district.
Peeteetuce is subject to a seven-year driving ban ordered when he was convicted of driving injury and manslaughter in 2015.
On May 5, 2014, she was driving a stolen truck with a young passenger when a police officer turned on the siren to stop them.
According to the facts presented in court, Peeteetuce speeded past a stop sign and collided with a car carrying three Bethlehem High School students at the intersection of M Street and 22nd Street.
JP Haughey and Sarah Wensley, both aged 17, died instantly. A 16-year-old girl in the back seat of her car survived, but she was seriously injured.
Petiteus’ blood alcohol level at the time of the crash was between 0.14 and 0.17, about twice the legal driving limit. The stolen truck’s speed was estimated to be at least 90 kilometers per hour, the court heard.
Peeteetuce obtained his statutory release in May 2018 — the legally mandated early release date for most offenders who have served two-thirds of their sentences.
During the September 2018 sentencing, the court heard that she was not at her mother’s home, where she was supposed to live under the terms of her release, when parole officers conducted curfew checks three months later. rice field.
She was charged with illegally fleeing in violation of the terms of her statutory release.
Peatitas’ attorney said her client was babysitting and could not get away, but took no steps to let anyone know. He said he has taken a program that includes him and is motivated to continue on a crime-free path.
She was sentenced to 30 days in prison after her legal release was revoked, in addition to the rest of the criminal negligence sentence she had in custody.
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Driver who caused fatal accident in 2014 denied bail for new driving offense
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