Drug charges moving through courts

  • Jun. 26, 2007 11:00 a.m.

Once again, some of the islanders charged following a northern BC-wide drug investigation appeared in provincial court this month. Here is the latest update. . Richard L. Aiken, charged with two counts of trafficking in a controlled substance, had counsel appear for him in Queen Charlotte provincial court June 12. His next appearance is scheduled for Aug. 14. . Douglas R. Crosby, charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking, had counsel appear for him in Queen Charlotte provincial court June 12. His next appearance is scheduled for July 17. . Darcy J. Pearson, charged with trafficking in a controlled substance, had an agent appear in Masset provincial court June 13. His next appearance is scheduled for July 17. He is also charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking and possession of a controlled substance, and appeared in Queen Charlotte provincial court June 12 on these charges. He has elected to be tried by a BC Supreme Court judge. A trial confirmation hearing will be held Feb. 19, 2008. . Darren V. Pearson, charged with trafficking in a controlled substance, possession for the purpose of trafficking and possession of a controlled substance, appeared in Queen Charlotte court June 12. He has elected to be tried by a BC Supreme Court judge. A trial confirmation hearing will be held Feb. 19, 2008. . Jennifer C. Pelletier, charged with one count of trafficking in a controlled substance, had counsel appear for her in Queen Charlotte provincial court June 12. She has elected to be tried by a provincial court judge. Her next appearance is scheduled for Aug. 14.

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