Inukjuak man convicted of trafficking

By NUNATSIAQ NEWS

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ALUIT — Last week in Inukjuak, Robert Faulkner, 38, pleaded guilty to a breach of undertaking and three drug-related charges. These included possession of hashish with intent to traffic, as well as trafficking and conspiracy to traffic.

These charges date back to 1996 and 1997, when Faulkner was a resident of Inukjuak.

Quebec traveling court judge Donald Bissonnette ordered Faulkner to pay a fine of $3800 to the local Junior Rangers group. He also gave the former drug dealer a nine-month conditional sentence, followed by a supervised probation of two years.

During the first three months of his sentence, Faulkner will have to observe a curfew from 9 pm to 7 am and consume no alcohol or drugs.

Faulkner is now living with his wife near Montreal.

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