Discharge for Brock student

A Brock University student who said he plans to enter politics has been granted a conditional discharge for stomping a man in St. Catharines. A conditional discharge will mean Chipewayan McCrimmon, 22, will not have a criminal record as long as he completes 100 hours of community service within an 18-month probationary term. Court was told the defendant, who does not have a criminal record, is active in his community and volunteers with a number of programs at Brock and within the community. “ Judge Tory Colvin said. McCrimmon was charged with assault causing bodily harm in September 2016 after a 19-year-old man was attacked outside a bar.The victim was shoved backwards, causing him to strike his head on the back of a taxi.Court was told McCrimmon then stomped on…

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