A Calgary man was sentenced to four years in jail yesterday in Yellowknife after he pleaded guilty to conspiracy to traffic cocaine.
According to an agreed statement of facts, Dola-Bode Harrison, 35, conspired over the phone to sell 30 ounces of cocaine to Norman Hache, a Yellowknife dealer who was convicted earlier this year. Both men had their phones tapped by RCMP.
Harrison has been at the North Slave Correctional Complex since his arrest in July, 2016. After being given credit for pre-trial custody, he will have two years and two months left to serve.