Trial Dates Rescheduled for B.C. Resident Facing Drug, Weapon Charges in Yorkton

A B.C. resident has had another court appearance, following his arrest in Yorkton last spring on drug and weapon charges.
The matters for 24-year-old Jason Ford were heard in Yorkton this (FRI) morning, where his trial, that had originally been set for early November, was rescheduled to run from October 2nd to the 4th.
Ford and his co-accused, 19-year-old Emma Loverin, were apprehended last May, after police received a report of an altercation in progress at Walmart.
When Mounties searched the couple’s hotel room and vehicle, they seized 107 grams of cocaine, 30 grams of marijuana, a rifle, and some ammunition.

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