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Friday, 21 September 2012

Grandfather of B.C. gangster’s child to be sentenced on cocaine conspiracy


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Ian Smith / Postmedia News files
Ian Smith / Postmedia News files
A British Columbia man convicted in a drug conspiracy apologized Monday as he asked to be spared jail time, saying he made stupid decisions after he became caught up with the wrong people — including high-profile gang figure Jarrod Bacon (pictured), who had fathered a child with the man's daughter. British Columbia man convicted in a drug conspiracy apologized Monday as he asked to be spared jail time, saying he made stupid decisions after he became caught up with the wrong people — including a high-profile gang figure who had fathered a child with his daughter.

Wayne Scott, a 56-year-old truck driver from Abbotsford, B.C., was convicted earlier this year in a conspiracy to import Mexican cocaine into Canada.

He was convicted along with Jarrod Bacon, one of three brothers who became notorious for their links to a bloody gang war in the Vancouver area several years ago, who once dated Scott’s daughter and was the father of her child.

Scott and Bacon were busted in a reverse-sting operation in which a police agent promised to sell Bacon 100 kilograms of cocaine for $3 million.


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