Kyle Gilbert Nadeau was sentenced to 30 days behind bars for possessing methamphetamine.
On May 29, at around 2:45 p.m., Nadeau’s grandmother called to have her grandson removed from her Bonnyville home.
She claimed Nadeau was intoxicated, yelling, and damaging her stove.
According to Crown prosecutor Jordan Kerr, she described herself to police as “shaken” by the incident.
Officers attended, but Nadeau had already left the scene. They found him walking down the street yelling and cursing.
The day after arresting Nadeau, they located less than one-gram of methamphetamine in his possession.
Nadeau appeared in the Bonnyville Provincial Courthouse on Tuesday, June 5 where he pled guilty to possession of methamphetamine and breaching his conditions.
The Crown was seeking 45 days in custody.
“The court is familiar with Nadeau,” Kerr expressed.
Nadeau is a 31-year-old Bonnyville male, who admited he needs help for his addiction to methamphetamine.
The court was told he has made arrangements to attend treatment upon his release, all he has to do is sign the proper documentation.
Honourable Judge Kathleen Williams sentenced Nadeau to 30 days in custody, with 18 left to serve as of his sentencing.
“He’s quite frankly harming no one but himself,” she said.