Project Harden drug trafficker gets six months

Some of the articles shown May 28, 2015 following a multi-police force investigation called Project Harden. The investigation culminated May 27, 2015 with the arrests of eight people. (Cornwall Newswatch/Bill Kingston)

CORNWALL – A Cornwall man, arrested during a handgun and cocaine trafficking ring, will be spending six months in jail.

Sean Carl, 27, was sentenced Jan. 26, 2017 in relation to two charges – trafficking in cocaine under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and possession of proceeds obtained by crime under the Criminal Code.

Carl received a six month sentence and a year of probation on both charges. The sentences will run concurrently (will run at the same time).

He also has to submit a DNA sample and has a 10 year weapons ban. He also has to pay a $400 fine to the court.

Carl was among eight people arrested in May 2015 during the multi-jurisdictional police raid dubbed Project Harden.

Click on the Project Harden tag below for updates on the other accused in relation to this case.

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