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No record for alleged White Rock assault

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A Surrey man who allegedly assaulted another man at a Marine Drive restaurant more than a year ago will not end up with a criminal record for the offence – provided he behaves himself for the next year.

Kyle Adam Emery Porayko, 21, was ordered Monday in Surrey Provincial Court to keep the peace and have no contact with the 26-year-old he was accused of injuring on Dec. 7, 2011.

The victim “sustained injuries to his eye and had some chipped teeth… acute facial trauma,” White Rock RCMP Const. Janelle Shoihet said.

According to court records, Porayko was originally charged with assault. That charge did not proceed, Shoihet noted. Instead, Porayko was sentenced on a charge of “fear of injury/damage by another person.”

 

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