Trial Date Scheduled For Key First Nation Chief Facing Charges of Impaired Driving, Possession of Opioids

The Chief of the Key First Nation, near Norquay, has had a trail date set.

Clarence Papequash was arrested in July of 2019 in Kamsack, and was charged with one count of impaired driving, and two counts of possession of opioids.

He remains free from custody, on 5-thousand dollars bail.

In Kamsack Provincial Court today (Tue), the trial date was set to July 7th.

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