Sentencing date set in threat case by Dan Singleton, July 17, 2012, Mountainview Gazette
A 39-year-old Eagle Valley woman charged after threats were made to an energy company operating in the Sundre area will be sentenced in September, court officials said Friday. The accused pleaded guilty in Didsbury provincial court on June 18 to a charge of uttering threats. The Energy Resources Conservation Board receive a faxed document relating to a proposed fracking and flaring project in Mountain View County in Eagle Valley on March 15, say police. The document stated, in part: “If you frack I will blow up your well and shoot bullets at your crew NAL. You are placing employees at risk.” Kimberly Mildenstein will be sentenced Sept. 13. A charge of uttering threats to cause bodily harm will be spoken to on the same day.
[Refer also to: Fracking Canada: No Duty of Care