Fort St. John man wanted in BC Peace Region alleged drug trafficking ring turns himself in

22 year-old Fort St. John resident Jerron Kraushar. Photo provided by CFSEU-BC

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A fourth man from Fort St. John who was wanted on a warrant for his involvement in the alleged BC Peace Region drug trafficking ring has turned himself in to RCMP in Fort St. John.

In July of 2015, the CFSEU – BC started an investigation in street level as well as mid-level drug traffickers and the investigation resulted in many drug seizures as well as firearm seizures. There were also numerous traffic stops performed as well as 5 search warrants that were executed.

In June and September the CFSEU-BC released an update on the investigation and also the names of those that were charged.

22-year-old  Jerron James Kraushar of Fort St. John turned himself into RCMP  yesterday and is charged with two counts of trafficking a controlled substance.

Kraushar is to make his first court appearance in Fort St. John Provincial Court on October 12, 2016.




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