(THUNDER BAY, ON) – SCOTLUND CROMPTON SENTENCED TO 9 MONTH CONDITIONAL SENTENCE ORDER FOR ATTACK ON YOUNG WOMAN.
CROMPTON IS GIVEN CREDIT FOR 83 ACTUAL DAYS SPENT IN JAIL.
Appearing in Courtroom 303 Thursday March 14,2019 before Her Honour Justice Esther Rosenberg is 19 year old SCOTLUND CROMPTON. He’s here to plead guilty and get sentenced for several charges.
CROMPTON is about 5’7” tall and wearing brand new white shoes with about 2” of heel. Without the shoes, he’d be much shorter. He’s slimmer than average, approximately 150lbs. He’s wearing blue jeans and a collared shirt that’s not tucked in.
Also present is Crown Attorney Andrea Mason and Defence Counsel Karen Scullion. CROMPTON’s father is also in the body of the Court.
The victim of his attack is also here along with several family members to support her.
Scullion has negotiated a good deal for her client.
On Tuesday April 3 2018, the Thunder Bay Police attended the hospital at 10am to meet with the young female victim who was assaulted by CROMPTON. Earlier that morning at a home in the 400 block of Oliver Road, CROMPTON got angry at the woman, then proceeded to hit her in the head and face leaving her face swollen. CROMPTON later was going through her phone and became upset that her Manager at work had messaged her wanting her to come in to work. Her face was swollen and she did not want others to see. CROMPTON became jealous, accusing her of having a unprofessional relationship with the Manager and began choking the woman saying “ I should just f**king kill you”.
He slapped and punched her more calling her a “filthy mess, slut whore”. CROMPTON threw her around the room by her hair, and hit her in back so hard that it knocked wind out of her.
The young woman fled the home barefoot heading to nearby Mac’s store to call her father.
Her father brought her to hospital and police were called.
The young woman suffered 2 black eyes and burst blood vessels in left eye. She had bruising all over her body and abrasions on her neck. She required stitches to close a split lip.
CROMPTON was arrested and charged by Thunder Bay Police.
He’s charged with assault causing bodily harm and breaching his probation order. He is also charged later that month for contacting her when he’s ordered not to.
“YOUTH RECORD IS SHOCKING”
Justice Rosenberg is reviewing CROMPTON’s youth record and she calls it shocking. It’s a record of violence.
Scullion tells the court her client has a Grade 11 education and is working with his father at a local mechanical contractor. He wants to learn how to do sheet metal work.
CROMPTON tells Her Honour Rosenberg that he’s trying to fix himself and wants to be a better person. He’s been attending counselling and programming for anger management.
Her Honour tells CROMPTON that this kind of conduct must result in a jail sentence. You’ve demonstrated a history of violence. She tells him “Despite your record and charge, I’m mandated to satisfy myself that you’re suitable for a Conditional Sentence Order”
CROMPTON spent a total of 83 days in jail which is enhanced to 124 days. He has 3 convictions for breach of probation. Justice Rosenberg splits it up into 30, 30 and 64 days on the breaches. His presentence custody is used up.
CROMPTON is sentenced to a 9 month Conditional Sentence Order (house arrest) plus 12 moths Probation to follow.
The order involves living with his father in Current River, no alcohol or intoxicating substances and a curfew. His exceptions for curfew are to attend counselling or Alcoholics Anonymous. He’s further ordered to stay at least 100 meters away from his victim and her family.
His DNA will be collected and stored.
Her Honour advises CROMPTON that any breaches see him serve the remainder in jail.
She further states that “YOUR NEXT VIOLENT OFFENCE WILL LAND YOU IN JAIL”
THE REDWOOD ATTACK
Ironically, a preliminary hearing for CROMPTON begins on April 1,2019.
CROMPTON is further accused of an April 26,2018 aggravated assault on an 82 year old man. It’s alleged that CROMPTON violently attacked the senior who was out for a walk in the 100 block area of Rockwood Avenue.
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