Leaded gloves used to assault her victim
by Glynn Brothen
(JENNIFER STAHN / iNFOnews.ca)
May 30, 2014 - 5:33 PM
KAMLOOPS – A local woman with a lengthy criminal record will have her sentencing for two separate guilty pleas in June.
Mary Lynn Dyson, born in 1984, is facing sentencing from two separate incidents. The first is from a break and enter in 2012.
For her involvement, Dyson was charged with assault, use of weapon, uttering threats, confinement and robbery. James Philip Patrick Paulin was also charged for the same offence and sentenced to an eight-and-a-half month jail term.
Through tears, Dyson pleaded guilty to five assault charges from the second incident – one of which included using leaded gloves as a weapon.
Dyson’s second set of charges stem from a similar break and enter in September of the same year. In 2013, Dyson pleaded guilty to her charges.
She was charged with unlawful confinement, assault and robbery of a North Shore home. Her accomplice, Kyle Nelson Metz pleaded guilty and was handed a two year prison sentence.
Dyson beat one of the tenants, Samantha Schoeler, with leaded gloves and helped keep both parties detained in the home. The assailants made off with $100 in cash and some electronics.
Dyson has a lengthy criminal record which includes other assaults, possession of weapons, theft under $5,000 and possession for the purpose of trafficking.
Her sentencing for both cases will take place on June 23.
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