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Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Phil Boudreault is behind bars once again, facing another allegation that he violated the long-term supervision order


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Phil Boudreault is behind bars once again, facing another allegation that he violated the long-term supervision order he has been under since the summer of 2005.The allegation was made after Greater Sudbury Police stopped a vehicle on Notre Dame Avenue in Hanmer at about 3 p.m. on Friday.
Police said they clocked the vehicle on radar going 80 km/h in a 40-km/h zone.
The driver was identified as Boudreault, 35, of Hanmer.A 23-year-old male passenger in the vehicle was wanted on a warrant by North Bay OPP for drug possession. Officers found that he had brass knuckles, police said in a release.The passenger was arrested and held for bail for possessing a prohibited weapon and will be returned to North Bay on the warrant on his release in Sudbury.In late January, Boudreault pleaded guilty to violating the long-term offender supervision order by failing a urine test. He is to be sentenced for that April 27.The Sudbury Crown's office has said it will be arguing that Boudreault be sent back to prison for a lengthy period of time for that violation.Boudreault faces a maximum penalty of 10 years. There is no minimum penalty.If he is jailed, regardless of the length of the incarceration, he would serve it in a federal prison.Assistant Crown attorney Julie Lefebvre told Ontario Court Justice William Fitzgerald that Boudreault tested positive for THC, a component of marijuana, and for cocaine, during a urine test at his parole supervis o r's office May 21. He was arrested the next day.


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