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FOUR YEAR PRISON SENTENCE FOR FENTANYL DEALER
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FOUR YEAR PRISON SENTENCE FOR FENTANYL DEALER

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  ~~~~~   January 17, 2022  (LSNews)    A 46 year SCOTT ALLEN REX STEVENSON appeared by video from the Thunder Bay Correctional Center today, Monday January 17,2022 before Justice Chantal Brochu to plead guilty to possession of fentanyl for the purpose of trafficking.

Federal Crown Attorney Ron Poirier & defence attorney michael hargadon have a joint submission for Her Honour to consider.

ADMITTED FACTS

Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers spotted a speeding vehicle at 4am on October 21,2020 and conducted a traffic stop.

Officers discovered the driver SCOTT STEVENSON was wanted on multiple warrants and was a suspended driver.

STEVENSON was arrested. TBPS Officers searched a fanny pack worn by STEVENSON and discovered drugs and cash.

A total of 36.4 grams of fentanyl & $984.70 in cash was found on STEVENSON

STEVENSON was later released on bail and later busted dealing drugs by Greenstone OPP in Longlac on February 26,2021.

STEVENSON has been in custody since then for a total of 347 actual days which will be enhanced to 521 days credit.

JOINT SUBMISSION

STEVENSON has a criminal record that starts in Sudbury in 1996. His last conviction was in Drayton Valley, Alberta in 2019.

STEVENSON used to be a truck driver and a junkie. Fentanyl is a deadly drug and a joint submission of four years minus time served is proposed. The cash will be forfeited to the Crown and the methamphetamine charge and proceeds charge will be dropped.

Justice Brochu offers STEVENSON an opportunity to address the court. STEVENSON states that he knows drug trafficking is wrong and that he was only trafficking the drugs to his wife. STEVENSON also states that he will no longer be doing opiates.

Justice Brochu accepts the joint submission and passes sentence, along with a weapons prohibition and DNA order.

STEVENSON still has court on the Greenstone drug dealing matters in February.
He is waiting his next court appearance at the Thunder Bay Correctional Center Highway 61

STEVENSON has 939 days or 2 years 209 days left to serve.

STEVENSON will be statutorily released in just over 20 months time on these charges.

READ MORE ON SCOTT STEVENSON BELOW

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October 21,2020

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SPEEDING FENTANYL & CRYSTAL METH DEALER BUSTED BY HARDWORKING THUNDER BAY POLICE OFFICERS

DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AT TBPS ISN’T TELLING THE PUBLIC AGAIN.

At 4am this morning, Wednesday October 21,2020 hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers spotted a speeding vehicle. An MTO check revealed a vehicle registered to a 45 year old SCOTT ALLEN REX STEVENSON. Information showed that he was a suspended driver.

A police stop was initiated.

Hardworking TBPS Officers found 40.1 grams of crystal methamphetamine & 36.4 grams of Fentanyl on STEVENSON, along with $984 of cash.

STEVENSON spent the rest of the morning in a cell at the Balmoral Police Station.

STEVENSON was criminally charged with:

  • -possession of crystal methamphetamine for the purpose of trafficking
  • -possession of fentanyl for the puppy of trafficking
  • -possession of proceeds of crime

STEVENSON appeared by phone in Thunder Bay Bail Court shortly after 11pm this morning before Her Worship, Justice of the Peace Anna Gibbon

Federal Crown Attorney Arturo Acosta is NOT consenting to the release of SCOTT STEVENSON.

STEVENSON will be transported to the Thunder Bay Jail and has another court appearance on Friday.

As per usual practice, the lazy Director Of Communications at TBPS doesn’t like telling the public about hard work done by Officers. He’s just too lazy. Hiring a former ad salesman from TBLAZYWATCH to do TBPS Communications has been a disaster for years

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