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No assault charges for Levitsky, but other charges prove costly

Kevin Travis Levitsky was fined $2,600 on charges of resisting or obstructing two police officers by running away, and failing to comply with a court appearance notice.
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Kevin Travis Levitsky was back in Meadow Lake Provincial Court on Aug. 2.

MEADOW LAKE – On Wednesday, charges of assault against two people were withdrawn against Kevin Travis Levitsky of Lloydminster in Meadow Lake Provincial Court. A peace bond, however, was issued by the court stipulating that Levitsky can’t contact, or go near, his two victims. If he breaches these conditions he could be arrested and charged with a criminal offence.

Some charges laid against 39-year-old Levitsky by Pierceland RCMP, which stemmed from a May 26, 2023, incident, were also withdrawn.

The charges of refusing to comply with a demand to provide his breath sample necessary to enable a proper analysis to be made by an approved screening device, operating a vehicle while his ability to do so was impaired by alcohol, and driving while being pursued by a police officer and failing to stop for officers, were also withdrawn.

When the Crown withdraws charges, they discontinue the prosecution, and those same charges can never be brought back before the court.

Levitsky was fined $2,600, however, on charges of resisting or obstructing two police officers by running away, and failing to comply with an appearance notice.

Levitsky is back in Lloydminster court Aug. 14 on three charges that were laid against him on Nov. 30, 2022.

He is accused of knowingly harassing a woman by repeatedly following her from place to place on Nov. 28, 2022. The other two charges include breaching an order not to have any direct or indirect contact with a woman on social media, and breaching a condition not to have any direct or indirect contact within 500 metres of a court ordered boundary.

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