New Brunswick Man Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison for Drug Trafficking
A 43-year-old New Brunswick man has been sentenced after pleading guilty to five drug charges, including trafficking furanyl-fentanyl.
Danny Borris of Kedgwick was arrested on October 19, 2016, following a search warrant at his home on chemin Petit-Ouest in Kedgwick, conducted by the New Brunswick RCMP Federal Serious and Organized Crime section, with assistance from the RCMP's Emergency Response Team and Saint-Quentin detachment.
As a result of the search, police seized large quantities of furanyl-fentanyl, methamphetamines, cocaine and hallucinogenic mushrooms (psilocybin), as well as cannabis resin and drug paraphernalia. Police also seized firearms, a bullet-proof vest, two ATVs, and a trailer. A second man was also arrested at the scene.
Jean-Yves Borris, 61, of Kedgwick was charged with four charges of possession of furanyl-fentanyl, methamphetamines, cocaine and psilocybin. His trial is scheduled for May 2018.
On December 6, 2017, Danny Borris pleaded guilty to four charges of possession of furanyl-fentanyl, methamphetamines, cocaine and psilocybin for the purpose of trafficking. He also pleaded guilty to a charge of possession of cannabis resin. The same day, he was sentenced to eight years, less time served.