Dawson Creek Drug Trafficker Sentenced

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A Dawson Creek man has been sentenced to 18 months in jail for drug possession and trafficking.

 

Kevin Belcourt was sentenced after being found guilty of cannabis possesssion, cocaine
possession for the purpose of trafficking and breaching the conditions of his recognizance.

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His case dates back to January of 2008, when the Dawson Creek Mounties executed a search warrant of a motorhome and found crack cocaine, cannabis and cash.

Evidence at his trial revealed that Belcourt had been trafficking cocaine from the motorhome in Kin Park, across from Central Middle school.

 

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