Kingston, Ont. restaurant JAKK Tuesday’s proprietor sentenced to group service – Kingston


The previous proprietor of JAKK Tuesday’s Sports activities Bar has been sentenced for disobeying a courtroom order to adjust to COVID-19 public security measures at his west-end Kingston, Ont., restaurant.

Kelly Hale was in courtroom Wednesday and was ordered to carry out 150 hours of group service work over the subsequent 12 months after being discovered responsible of contempt of courtroom.

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He was present in contempt for disobeying a courtroom order to observe COVID protocols like sporting face masks and speak to tracing at his restaurant.

Based on the lawyer representing KFL&A Public Well being throughout the courtroom proceedings, if Hale doesn’t do his group service, he will probably be sentenced to 30 days in jail.

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He’s nonetheless on the hook for greater than $20,000 in courtroom prices which must be paid inside 30 days.

Hale first made headlines in September when an anti-vaccine mandate message was displayed on the restaurant marquee. After a collection of sanctions from the Metropolis of Kingston and KFL&A Public Well being, JAKK Tuesday’s was closed completely in November.

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