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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — Sentencing has been adjourned for a Cornwall, P.E.I., man, who has pleaded responsible to cocaine and fentanyl possession for trafficking functions and different offences.
Jarrett Ivan Desroches, 38, appeared in provincial courtroom in Charlottetown on July 17 and pleaded responsible to 5 costs – two costs of drug possession (cocaine and fentanyl) for trafficking functions, two costs of possessing two loaded prohibited handguns (each revolvers) with out a licence and one cost of possession of Canadian and American foreign money valued over $5,000 figuring out that the cash was obtained by crime.
Desroches appeared by video from the Provincial Correctional Centre. He was represented in courtroom by defence lawyer Iain McCarville.
Based on data beforehand launched by the RCMP, on Feb. 2, a search warrant was executed at a residence in Cornwall that resulted within the seizure of roughly 200 grams of cocaine and 1.6 kilograms of fentanyl in addition to the handguns (each revolvers). Desroches was charged with 18 offences and a feminine co-accused was charged with 16 offences. The possession of property obtained by crime offence in opposition to Desroches involving the Canadian and American foreign money occurred on Dec. 2, 2022.
With the responsible pleas in place, the remaining 13 costs in opposition to Desroches and all 16 costs in opposition to the feminine co-accused have been stayed.
The federal Crown on July 17 was represented by lawyer Scott Barry. Representing the provincial Crown was John Diamond.
The matter was adjourned to Aug. 1 for sentencing.
Terrence McEachern is a justice reporter with SaltWire in Prince Edward Island. He might be reached by e-mail at [email protected] and might be adopted on Twitter @terry_mcn.