TRURO - A Truro man convicted of trafficking in marijuana received a 12-month conditional sentence this week in provincial court.
Kevin John James DeWolfe, 26, of 18 Laurie St., Apt. 2A, was sentenced on two counts of possessing not in excess of 30 kilograms of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking.
He was ordered to serve the first six months under 24/7 house arrest followed by a six-month curfew of 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. The conditional sentence is to be followed by 12 months of probation.
DeWolfe is permitted outside his residence only for specifically stated purposes, including being permitted to walk his dog each day between noon and 12:30 p.m. on a route that takes him from Laurie Street to Wood Street, back up Brunswick Street to Lyman and back to Laurie.
DeWolfe is not permitted to possess or consume/use alcohol or illicit drugs during his sentence period, remain away from drinking/sale establishments and must not possess firearms or weapons.
As part of his probation terms DeWolfe must remain in the province of Nova Scotia, successfully take counseling for drug use and career and education advancement.
He is also banned from being in the company of anyone with a known criminal record, except for immediate family members.