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Key First Nation band councillor pleads guilty to drug, weapon charges
Clarence Papequash is seen outside the courthouse in Kamsack on Feb. 22, 2017.
Published Tuesday, March 14, 2017 11:02AM CST
A former chief and current band councillor on the Key First Nation in Saskatchewan has pleaded guilty to drug and weapon charges.
Clarence Papequash pleaded guilty Monday to possession of codeine for the purpose of trafficking and possession of ammunition while prohibited.
A sentencing hearing is scheduled for April 24.
In 2014, Papequash received a six-month sentence for trafficking morphine while he was chief of the First Nation.