B.C.'s gang task force says there are four people still wanted in connection to an investigation into drug trafficking in the Peace Region.
Alena Wallace, Paul Del Grosso, Danick Leger, and Jamie Cormier all have outstanding arrest warrants, the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of BC said Thursday, February 7.
Anyone with information about their whereabouts is asked to call police or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
The CFSEU began its sprawling, year-long investigation into street and mid-level drug dealers in July 2015, charging 43 suspects in June 2016, and seizing cocaine, fentanyl, an AR-15 rifle, meth, cash, and other weapons after a series of search warrants and traffic stops.
A total of 29 people were arrested in police roundups in Fort St. John and Dawson Creek as part of the bust.
So far, 21 have either pleaded guilty or been found guilty, according to CFSEU. Five were either found not guilty, or had their charges stayed.
Of the 15 sentenced to date, 4,300 days of jail time has been handed out. Another six are still waiting to be sentenced.
Six other accused are either on trial, or awaiting trial.
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