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was accosted by two men who tried to steal her purse at knifepoint. The woman later told police the men had initially been walking in front of her but then stopped. She continued to walk toward them, and when she got close to them, between Brock and Johnson streets, one pulled out a knife and the Iv Dilaudid other demanded her purse. Assistant Crown attorney John Skoropada told Justice Larry O’Brien the woman refused to relinquish her bag and one of robbers tried to take it, which led to a brief struggle. The two would-be purse snatchers then fled, Scott on foot and his companion on a bicycle. The woman wasn’t injured and immediately reported the mugging to Kingston Police who, upon searching the neighbourhood, found Scott, who matched the description of one of the assailants. Jason T. Wood, 45, was convicted of illegally possessing 10 grams of cocaine and 2.4 grams of methamphetamine. His sentencing was suspended and he was placed on probation for 12 months, during which time he must complete assessments, counselling and rehabilitative programs as directed by his probation officer. Justice Larry O’Brien was told that Wood was charged in April 2017 after Kingston Police obtained a search warrant for his home.
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