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RCMP pick up two men with drugs; two more appear before judge

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By Energeticcity.ca Staff

The Fort St. John RCMP have picked up two males who have allegedy been trafficking cocaine.

On Tuesday February 16th, the RCMP Drug Section arrested two males Daniel Tardif of Surrey, BC and Scott Wesner of Abbostford, BC.  The RCMP stopped their vehicle without incident and seized bear spray, knives, crack cocaine, powder cocaine, marijuana and cash.

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Daniel Tardif was charged with three counts of possessing a weapon dangerous to the public, possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking and possession of marijuana.  Scott Wesner, who was already on a probation order, was charged with two counts of breaching a probation order.

A Justice of the Peace released the two men with several conditions including a condition that they not be found in Fort St. John except for court.  Their next court appearance is scheduled for March 3rd, 2010 at the Fort St. John Court House.

 

The Fort St. John RCMP are also reporting that on Wednesday February 17th, 2010 two men accused of trafficking drugs appeared in a Fort St. John Court.

Dean Carson Panrucker is facing seventeen separate charges relating to firearms and drugs.  Panrucker was denied bail and remains in custody until his next court appearance on March 1st, 2010.

Jordan Anthony Ramos is facing charges of possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking, possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking and a number of breach of bail charges.  Ramos will appear in court again on February 24th, 2010. 

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