Oakley walks on adjournment, again

Another adjournment was the decision that came out of Pictou Provincial Court on Tuesday morning in regards to a local animal abuse case. David William Oakley, formerly of Sylvester, was set to be sentenced on two counts of failure to provide adequate food for an animal, one count of striking an animal with an axe,...

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Oakley sentencing pushed back

Accused, David Oakley made an appearance in Pictou Provincial Court Wednesday afternoon in regards to a case of animal abuse. During his last court date, Oakley’s lawyer entered guilty pleas for two counts of unnecessary suffering and one count of striking an animal with an axe. During Wednesday’s appearance, Oakley’s lawyer Elizabeth Cooper was absent...

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