It was a busy day at the Estevan Courthouse yesterday. A number of people were on the docket including Aleah McIsaac. She pleaded guilty to theft over $5,000. McIsaac was involved with the Estevan Youth Soccer Association during the time of January 2016 to February 2017. He lawyer asked for a pre-sentence report to be conducted. She will be sentenced on October 29, 2018, at Estevan Provincial Courthouse. Her one count of fraud was stayed. 

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Also on the docket was Darby Allen Pick. His charges were put over to October 15th in Estevan. 

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Richard Guillas and Vanessa Remlinger also made an appearance. Their case was adjourned to October 15th in Estevan.

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And Ashley Hagon made another appearance. She will be back in court on October 29th in Estevan.  

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