Twice Arrested Fort Nelson Drug Trafficking Suspect

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At least in terms of Fort Nelson RCMP apprehension on drug charges, James Beck, has been a two-time loser in less than two months.

He was first taken into custody on March first, and charged with two counts of trafficking in marijuana, before being conditionally released.

None of those conditions however, allowed him to continue to traffic in marijuana, and on June 15th he was arrested again and charged with two additional counts.

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Now he will remain in police custody at least unitl his next court appearance, for which there’s no date given in a police news release.

There’s also nothing in the release on his age or place of residence, but it does confirm there were two separate Fort Nelson under cover operations which led to his arrests.

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