A man was recently sentenced in a Bracebridge courtroom for possession of drugs and cash from the proceeds of crime.
Jammile Dyer pled guilty to charges stemming from two separate incidents.
Court heard that on Nov 60 2021, Huntsville OPP were called to a residence where the occupants had been forced to remove two intoxicated males. The police arrived and observed Dyer attempting to conceal some $1,800, which police determined was from the sale of drugs, court heard.
Dyer was released and ordered not to return to Muskoka. However, on Jan. 1, 2022, Huntsville OPP were conducting a RIDE check on Centre Street in Huntsville when they recognized Dyer as the passenger in a vehicle. He was arrested for breach of undertaking and police subsequently found 7.5 g of fentanyl on his person. He was originally charged with trafficking but agreed to plead guilty to the lesser charge of possession.
For possession of currency obtained by crime, he was given a suspended sentence and 12 months probation. For possession of drugs, he was given 30 days in jail and 12 months probation.
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