E-Pintle Sentencing Update

Bacon-and-Scott-Surveillance-Jarrod Bacon was sentenced to 12 years in prison on May 4, 2012, in B.C. Supreme Court. Bacon’s conviction follows the conclusion of CFSEU-BC’s E-Pintle investigation in November of 2009. “We are very satisfied with this success and will continue in our efforts to get violent criminals off the streets,” says CFSEU-BC Chief Officer Dan Malo. Bacon has been in custody since his arrest. His sentence includes time served with the remaining time set as seven years and two months. Bacon’s co-accused Wayne Scott was also convicted, but his sentence will be heard at a later date.

 

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