_News Talk 770
A Calgary woman who put dozens of sharp metal objects into food at a Southwest grocery store has been sentenced to three years in jail. Tatyana Granada was found guilty of mischief and trespassing two months ago for inserting pins, sewing needles and buttons in bread, cheese and produce on four separate occasions at the Oakridge Co-op in 2010. The 45-year-old represented herself at the hearing because her lawyer withdrew from the case last week. The judge in the case urged her to find new representation, but she refused to do so. Granada was sentenced to three years in prison and a five-year weapons prohibition. With time already served, her remaining sentence is 33 months in jail.