Two years federal time for trafficking cocaine

Staff ~ The Truro Daily News
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TRURO - A Bible Hill man's plans to make fast money by selling drugs has translated into some slow time at the crow bar hotel.
Jeremy Langille, 20, of 267 Vimy Rd., was sentenced to two years of federal time after pleading guilty in provincial court to trafficking cocaine.
When arrested following a bust at his residence in January last year, Langille was carrying a bag of coke consisting of 13.3 grams.
He was also in possession of digital scales and $100 in cash when arrested.
Although the two-year sentence was a joint recommendation, Judge Del Atwood threw in added a six month probation term following any parole period Langille receives after he is freed from prison.
He said any remorse exhibited by Langille "is more from the remorse of being caught rather than the realization that trafficking is evil in and of itself."

Geographic location: Bible Hill, Vimy

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