Suspected Drug Trafficker Gets Popped by Police

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(LONGLAC, ON) – On February 5, 2020, at approximately 9:48 a.m., officers on patrol from the Greenstone Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) conducted a traffic stop on a motor vehicle in the Town of Longlac, Ontario.

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An investigation by police resulted in the seizure of a quantity of methamphetamine and other drugs as well as the driver being arrested for impaired operation of a motor vehicle.

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Police have charged 30-year-old Jenny JACOBS from Geraldton, Ontario with the following offences:

  • Operation of a Conveyance While Impaired- Blood Drug Concentration contrary to Section 320.14(1)(c) of the Criminal Code.
  • Possession of a Schedule I Substance for the Purposes of Trafficking contrary to Section 5(2) of the Controlled Drugs and Substance Act.
  • Possession of a Schedule II Substance contrary to Section 4(1) of the Controlled Drugs and Substance Act.
  • Possession of a Schedule III Substance contrary to Section 4(1) of the Controlled Drugs and Substance Act.
  • Two counts of Failure to Comply with Release Order contrary to Section 145(5)(a) of the Criminal Code.

The accused made a brief court appearance from the Greenstone Detachment by video on February 6, 2020, and was remanded into custody pending a bail hearing.

Motorists who drive impaired by alcohol or drugs are subject to driver’s licence suspensions, fines, vehicle impoundments, criminal records and increased insurance costs.

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The OPP is committed to safety for all who utilize Ontario’s roadways. Members of the public are urged to report Impaired Driving by calling 911 in emergency situations. Complaints of impaired, aggressive or careless driving can also be made by calling 1-888-310-1122.

Source: OPP

History, article dated September 18th, 2019.

(GREENSTONE, ON) – Officers with the Greenstone Ontario Provincial Police detachment investigated after reports of an assault had made their way to them.

29-year-old Jenny Jacobs found herself back behind bars this morning, as she was arrested and held in custody to appear for bail, for a second time this week.

Her Worship, Justice of the Peace Zelda Kitchekeesic was presiding along with Crown Attorney Manon Arbour and a duty counsel lawyer. Her new charges are:

  • Assault
  • Assault with a weapon (toy car).

Just a few days ago she appeared in a Thunder Bay bail court via video link from the Greenstone OPP detachment for similar charges:

  • Assault.
  • Breaching probation.
  • Failing to comply with bail conditions.

After some discussions, the Crown and duty counsel determine that she is not going to be granted release today. She is ordered to remain in custody until her next court date, which is this Friday. She is likely to be released before the beer store closes on Friday.

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3 Replies to “Suspected Drug Trafficker Gets Popped by Police”

  1. People found guilty of driving impaired should be charged with intent to commit vehicular homicide.
    Disgusting self entitled narcissists.
    Get a job and some respect for people.

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  2. Thank you to the fantastic OPP officer’s that caught this broad and helping keep this garbage out of Thunder Bay. I’m sure there is a little meth here in town but if we ever got a direct supply into town…well it would be nothing short of disastrous. If people think the opioid problem is bad, meth will make opioids look like cigarette smoking. Meth is beyond addicting and it robs you of your soul. Crime will skyrocket!! People addicted to that drug will do ANYTHING to get it, they will rob their friends and family, they will sell their bodies, car, home, whatever they can to get money. I just keep praying to God that it doesn’t come to town because I know a few people that moved to Alberta and Toronto, got mixed up in trying that drug and I watched them lose EVERYTHING! 2 OF them ended up dying of AIDS!! The worst part was that one of them never even drank or smoked and got hooked FAST! He started using it to be able to work longer hours to get the overtime and it destroyed his life. Again thank you so much to the OPP and any other law enforcement that busts these people and clearing the streets of this horrible nightmare or a drug!

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