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Possession of Unmarked Fine-Cut Tobacco Leads to Jail

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Possession of Unmarked Fine-Cut Tobacco Leads to Jail

Ministry of Finance

Convicted: Tylor Armstrong and Blaze White

Location: South Glengarry

Description of Offences: Possession of unmarked fine-cut tobacco for the purpose of sale, under the Tobacco Tax Act

Date of Offences: August 28, 2017

Date of Convictions: September 17, 2019, at the Cornwall Provincial Offences Court

Penalties Imposed: One day in jail and a 12-month probation order was imposed on both Tylor Armstrong and Blaze White

Background: On August 28, 2017, officers of the Cornwall Regional Task Force searched a vehicle and discovered 516,300 grams of unmarked fine-cut tobacco. The tobacco products were seized and forfeited. 

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