Trafficking in Stolen Property (Sentencing Cases)

From Criminal Law Notebook
This page was last substantively updated or reviewed January 2021. (Rev. # 88224)

Case Digests

Case Name Prv. Crt. Sentence Summary
R v Grandinetti,
2020 ABQB 416 (CanLII)
AB SC 6 months imprisonment and 3 years probation "the offender was involved in what appears to have been a complex arrangement using cloned vehicle identification numbers and forged bills of sale for stolen vehicles."
R v Poisson,
2019 BCSC 1599 (CanLII), per Williams J
BC SC 18 months imprisonment Offender was dealing stolen vehicles amounting to almost $1 million.
R v Pike,
2014 CanLII 53038 (NLSCTD), per Handrigan J
NL SC 16 months imprisonment (B&E)
16 months imprisonment (trafficking)
16 months imprisonment (global)
Offender plead guilty to break and enter (x 3) and trafficking in stolen property (x2). He broke into a residence five times stealing a variety of items including a TV and antique shotguns. Some items were sold for money to buy percocets. On arrest some items were returned to their owner.