Sentence reached in local theft case

Retribution ordered in the amount of over $122k.

A sentence has been reached for Brad Furlot, who pled guilty to theft over $5,000 from Telford’s Ladysmith/Chemainus Mortuary Services Ltd.

Crown counsel Brad Tomlin, based in Duncan, said on Oct. 7, Furlot had received a two-year conditional sentence, to be served in the community. He is also sentenced to three years probation to follow and must adhere to a curfew and counselling conditions.

Furlot must also pay retribution to Telford Nault in the amount of $122,772.28 to be paid in by-weekly installments of $250.

He also had to pay $2,500 to an insurance company.

Furlot pled guilty on April 26, 2011 and the crimes were said to have happened between July 2006 to November 2007.

Ladysmith Chronicle

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