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Prison-time fallout from Northern Snow roundup of Warriors

Aboriginal gang 'back in business'

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Manitoba Warriors picked up in Operation Northern Snow, with their jail sentences, including time spent in pre-trial custody:

April 1/99: James Hamilton - six years
April 29/99: Bernadette Pedden - three years, eight months
July 30/99: Kingsley Kline - was granted immunity in exchange for testimony, which was never needed
Sept. 10/99: Benjamin Cooper - two years, six months
Sept. 10/99: Kevin Mekish - two years
Sept. 14/99: Wallace Hudson - three years, two months
Oct. 4/99: Dwight Lacquette - two years, four months
Oct. 6/99: Russell Thomas - six years
Oct. 6/99: Charles Friday - four years
Oct. 8/99: Donny Daighneault - eight years
Oct. 8/99: Osama Zeid - four years
Oct. 8/99: Gordon Pelletier - four years
Oct. 13/99: Barry Laliberty - six years
Oct. 13/99: Dale Laliberty - six years
Oct. 13/99: Wesley Bunn - six years
Oct. 13/99: Devon Starr - two years, six months
Oct. 15/99: Justin Courchene - six years
Oct. 18/99: Ronald Stevenson - charges stayed in exchange for testimony
Jan. 13/00: Glen Behnke - six years, six months
Jan. 17/00: Ervin Chartrand - nine years
May 31/00: Craig Thomas - eight years
June 1/00: Trevor Boubard - four years
July 4/00: Wade Courchene -three years, four months
July 4/00: Michael Ednie - three years, four months
July 4/00: John Schultz - three years, four months
July 4/00: George Robinson - three years, four months
July 4/00: William Pangman - seven years, 10 months
July 4/00: Isadore Vermette - seven years, four months
July 4/00: Garrett Courchene - six years, four months
July 4/00: Shane Myran -six years, four months
July 4/00: Kevin Kirton -six years, four months
July 4/00: Gordon Young - six years
July 4/00: Albert Davey - five years, 10 months
July 4/00: Kevin Cook - four years, 10 months
Nov. 22/00: Sheldon Clarke - five years, four months

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition February 26, 2002 $sourceSection$sourcePage

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