Lethbridge Man Sentenced to Jail Time After Pleading Guilty to Trafficking Drugs

A Lethbridge man will spend two years in jail after pleading guilty in relation to a drug bust on the north side.

Last February, police searched a home along 20 Street North and discovered small quantities of meth, pills and a 32-calibre handgun. Investigation determined that two people living in the home were trafficking drugs.
Daylan Strembesky, 35, pleaded guilty on Thursday (Mar. 14) to possessing drugs for the purpose of trafficking and possessing a prohibited weapon.
Strembesky's lawyer noting that he started selling drugs to pay for his own addiction, and he requested to be placed in a federal prison in order to access rehabilitation services.
The other person charged in the case, Billie-Anne Paulette, 31, will be back in Lethbridge Provincial Court on April 11.

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